Jett: Far Shore finally shows what its gameplay looks like in a new trailer that promises a calm sci-fi experience that makes players explore its world in a soaring spacecraft.
The gameplay itself is somewhat similar No man’s heaven, but with one crucial difference: Jett: Far Shore aims to “step lightly”, avoid combat and resource harvesting in favor of respect for the fauna of the mysterious sea world. Players will live in the role of a “jett-scout” using their ship to explore the world and explore the creatures that live there, in addition to exploring the source of the “hymn wave”
Originally announced in 2020 before being delayed until this year, Jett: Far Shore is the second game from Superbrothers, the studio behind the 2011s Superbrothers: Sword & Sworcery EP – one of the first big hits for mobile gaming. Jett: Far Shore seems to have expanded the scope significantly, but jumps from pixel art to a discoverable 3D world.
There is still no fixed release date for Jett: Far Shore, but it’s coming out later this year for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4 and PC.