A glimpse at some attractive gameplay whereas we wait
When Tchia was introduced on the Recreation Awards again in 2020, I instantly added it to my listing of gorgeous, stress-free video games that I’m wanting ahead to. It’s billed on Steam as a “tropical open-world journey” which, as somebody who loves all issues sand and surf, is sufficient by itself to get me occupied with studying extra in regards to the sport. The entire different enjoyable adventures the sport guarantees, nicely, these are simply icing on the cake.
Sadly, the sport’s developer Awaceb simply introduced that Tchia has been delayed to early 2023, so we’re going to have to attend just a little bit longer to embark on our tropical journey. The excellent news is that they did drop off a brand new mini-feature that highlights a key element of Tchia‘s gameplay: ocean exploration.
The brief trailer reveals clips of the titular character Tchia crusing round attractive tide swimming pools, diving into the water looking for misplaced treasure, and even totally different customization choices for the boat’s sails and flags. Of all of the open-world video games I’ve performed, Tchia appears to be like to be essentially the most relaxed and easy-going, which we will all the time use extra of in an business of titles targeted so closely on fight.
The information of the delay is probably not supreme, nevertheless it does appear like Tchia goes to be well worth the wait. On prime of the ocean exploration portion of the gameplay, we will additionally sit up for different enjoyable mechanics like remodeling into totally different animals and objects, climbing and gliding across the oceanside cliffs, and strumming on a completely playable ukulele.
We are able to positively see the influence of titles like The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild and Tremendous Mario Odyssey in Tchia, and I personally can’t wait to see what new spin Awaceb places on gameplay mechanics that we’ve come to know and love.
Tchia will likely be accessible in early 2023 for PC, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.