Broken Rules, the developer behind And Yet It Moves and Chasing Aurora, has announced a new "aerial exploration game" out before year's end. Secrets of Rætikon will enable players to fly around the alps in search of ancient ruins to explore and puzzles to solve, granting both peaceful and combat solutions to problems.
Oh, and don't adjust your monitor. The "æ" is supposed to look like that.
Described as "an exploration game with a lot of action" as opposed to an RPG, Secrets of Rætikon also features a detailed dynamic ecosystem. Animals will interact with one another with fang and claw, with players able to intervene, hunt or leave them to it.
Details are thin on the ground, while there's still no whiff of launch platforms. However, since Broken Rules have brought both of their games to Wii U, Nintendo's console is probably a safe bet. More as we hear it.