Solo: Islands Of The Heart Coming To Consoles This Month

Solo: Islands of the Heart will be released for consoles at the end of July.
Solo: Islands of the Heart will be released for consoles at the end of July. Merge Games

The emotional puzzler game Solo: Islands of the Heart will be coming soon for consoles, as announced by its publisher Merge Games and developer Team Gotham.

Solo: Islands of the Heart, which was originally released for the PC via Steam in April this year, is an adventure puzzle title that describes itself as “a game about love. About love as fuel, the force that drives us”.

The game is set in a world divided into multiple archipelagos, with each archipelago divided up into small islands. Each island represents a unique puzzle that you, the sailor, will have to solve before getting to the Sleeping Totems and awakening them to answer a question about love and relationships. Using boxes with unique properties, you can build your own path to reach the Sleeping Totems on each island. You can also combine these boxes to achieve multiple solutions for each puzzle. The game does not rush you to finish it, as nature and contemplation is a core part of Solo: Islands of the Heart’s theme. You can observe the beautifully created world, take photos of the charming scenery, or play the guitar for the cute creatures that surround you.

Solo: Islands of the Heart doesn’t just provide a gameplay experience, it also allows players to contemplate a series of questions that you will be asked once you reach a certain point in the game. This has been received well by its players, as the game is currently sitting on a Positive rating on its Steam page.

Solo: Islands of the Heart will be releasing on the following consoles on different dates: PlayStation 4 will have a July 30 release for North America and a July 31 release for Europe, the Xbox One version will see a worldwide release for July 31, and the Nintendo Switch’s worldwide launch will be on August 1. Solo: Islands of the Heart costs $19.99. Pre-orders are already available on the Nintendo eShop, Microsoft Store, and PlayStation Store, with buyers getting a 20 percent launch discount as well.

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