Peaceful PS4 title ‘Omno’ is finally being released on July 29

Solo developer Jonas Manke’s peaceful adventure title, Omno, is eventually arriving this year at the end of this month itself.

Omni will be released for PS4 exclusively, along with other platforms as well.

However, it won’t be coming to PS5 since it was in the making for the last five years. Thus, most of its gameplay is centered around the technology before the present-gen console.

‘Omno’ gameplay and release details

Most of the popular games these days are filled with action and high-octane sequences. But Omno takes you on a calming, peaceful adventure with its intriguing structure.

For the last five years, developer Jonas Manke was working on its completion. And now he’s ready to present the players his ambitious project.

The title involves a single-player campaign while offering an exploration in the “world of wonders.” You will find many secrets while solving puzzles and facing hard obstacles.

You won’t have to fight anyone while moving further in the levels. The only thing you have to do is exploring the environments around you.

As per its Steam description, Omno will take you on a journey of discovery. Players will experience lush forests, frozen tundras, and deserts.

There will be varied and vibrant lifeforms such as the little critters as well as the enigmatic giants.

Talking about the developer Jonas, then he has previously worked as an animator in games and movies. He began working on this game in 2016.

Future Friends Games and Inkyfox are the publishers of Omno.

New video games in 2021

Meanwhile, this calendar is packed with multiple other fresh releases scheduled to come out in the remaining six months.

The most-awaited and anticipated titles will be names like Far Cry 6, Stray, and Battlefield 2042.

Humankind, No More Heroes 3, a new Call of Duty entry, Horizon Forbidden West, and The Ascent are also on the list.

However, the vast line-up stretches even further with the likes of GhostWire: Tokyo, New World, and Deathloop.

Little Devil Inside, Kena: Bridge of Spirits, Life Is Strange: True Colors, Shadow Warrior 3, and Cyber Shadow are other crucial launches.

Several recently revealed ambitious projects making a debut soon in 2021 are Glitchpunk, Etched Memories, and The Day Before.

Coming back to Inkyfox’s Omno, again, it’s being released on July 29 for PS4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.

What do you think regarding the major AAA games making their way into this year? Are you hyped for them already?

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