Tchia Charms Audiences with PlayStation Showcase Trailer

Get ready to dive into this open-world tropical adventure.

By Rachel Heleva

September 9, 2021

Traverse this game’s island as a dog, crab, or even coconut.

A new trailer for Tchia was shown today at the PlayStation Showcase. While it wasn’t one of the fervently anticipated titles at the event the game charmed audiences nonetheless with its cheery visuals and inviting open world. One of the major draws of this game is its responsive environment.

This brightly colored adventure is being developed by Awaceb studio, who are eager to share their experience growing up in New Caledonia with players. The trailer shows off explorative gameplay and a cast of characters right out of a Disney film.

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The main lure of this physics-driven game is its varied styles of exploration. Running, swimming, and climbing are some of the major ways to get around. In addition to this players can inhabit the bodies of various animals on the island, leading to all sorts of movement abilities. They also are equipped with a hang glider to take in the game’s stunning vistas.

Music is another of this game’s major mechanics. The trailer for Tchia opened with the player character strumming different notes on a ukulele through utilizing a UI wheel. The music that the player creates will have the ability to influence the world around them.

Tchia will be launching exclusively on the PlayStation 4 and 5 as well as the Epic Games Store. You can expect to play this sandbox game sometime in 2022.

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Rachel Heleva

Rachel Heleva is a games journalist with a weakness for good stories and weird mechanics. When she's not writing about games she makes them, helping indie games reach their full potential as a producer and working on small game projects as a narrative designer.

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