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E3 2016: The Long Journey Home Trailer, Screens, and Artwork
If you're a sucker for space exploration, it's a must-see.
06.18.16 - 5:37 PM

While I'm personally still confused and concerned at The Devil's Men being a no-show again after its E3 2014 showing (please Daedalic, I wants it), Daedalic did bring some very promising titles to E3 2016.

First among those is The Long Journey Home, a story about a group of space explorers who become stranded across the galaxy from Earth and need to find their way home. Along the way, we'll explore randomly-generated worlds and meet alien species. It obviously brings to mind No Man's Sky, but in a different kind of package. Watch the trailer, and you'll probably agree Daedalic's take on space adventure is exciting:



See what I mean? We also have a bunch of great screens and some beautiful artwork in our The Long Journey Home gallery, like this:

The Long Journey Home Daedalic


The Long Journey Home is coming to PC sometime in the second half of 2016, and to PS4 and XBox One in 2017.


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