Grow: Song of The Evertree is the world – crafting sandbox that was shown at Gamescom through a new trailer. Developed by Prideful Sloth and published by 505 Games, the title will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC on November 16, 2021. At the moment, therefore, only versions for old generation consoles are planned.
The game combines elements of adventure and life – management games, giving users the ability to explore the virtual world, solve puzzles, listen to characters and more. All accompanied by the splendid soundtrack created by Kevin Penkin, BAFTA Award nominee.
Through the following link it is possible to request limited access to the Closed Beta. Adding the game to Steam’s wish list will ensure that 505 Games and Prideful Sloth plant a tree with partners #TeamTrees and the Arbor Day Foundation.
The plot and trailer for Grow: Song of The Evertree
there the narrative premises on which the game is based, provided directly by the developers:
Long ago, Evertree held the countless worlds of Alaria on its branches, endless possibilities of natural beauty that stretched across its branches. But now those worlds have vanished, and the Evertree has been reduced to a mere sapling by the mysterious Withering. One hope remains: the last remaining Everheart Alchemist, an ancient bloodline entrusted with the task and privilege of caring for Evertree.
The words of the developers
Cheryl Vance, Game Designer di Prideful Sloth, he has declared:
“We loved instilling a sense of peace in our players with Yonder, and we want to continue that feeling with Grow. We wanted Alaria to be a place where the player feels welcomed. The worlds they farm and the cities they build are unique and personal to them. May it become their home away from home ”.
Price and availability
The title will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch and PC (via Steam) on November 16 at the price of $ 24.99. The physical version for Nintendo Switch will be available in stores starting from February 2022 at the price of 29,99 euro.