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Ubisoft Unveils Final Fantasy-Inspired Title Child of Light

Posted on Monday, August 19 @ 06:46:17 PST by Alex_Osborn

Ubisoft Montreal just announced at GDC Europe thata brand-new title that is being headed up byFar Cry 3creative director Patrick Plourde. The game is calledChild of Lightand it takes inspiration from Square JRPG classics likeFinal Fantasy VI.

According Plourde,Child of Lightis aside-scrolling "fairytale game" with art and musicinspired byStudio Ghibli's Hayao Miyazaki and famed Japanese artist Yoshitaka Amano. Interestingly enough,the game's visuals are powered by thesame engine that runs Rayman Legends—so yeah, it'll be pretty.For a tiny glimpse, check out the following Vine clip, courtesy of IGN.

The game is set to launch sometime this winter.

Be sure to stay tuned to GameRevolution in the coming weeks, as there's a very good chance we'll find out more about Child of Lightvery soon. In the meantime, let us know what you think about this incredibly interestingconcept in the comments below.
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