Dec 08, 2022 | Season
Montreal, Canada - Scavengers Studio is ecstatic to announce that players will soon embark on the journey of a lifetime when SEASON: A letter to the future launches on January 31st, 2023! This highly-anticipated, atmospheric adventure game will be available digitally on Steam and Epic Games Store for $24.99 USD and PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 for $29.99 USD. Players eager to begin their bicycle adventure can pre-order on PlayStation now with a 10% discount for PlayStation Plus users or secure a 10% launch week discount on Steam and Epic between January 31st and February 7th.
In the meantime, close your eyes, take a deep breath, and prepare yourself to be carried away on the extraordinary journey of SEASON as you play through the demo on PlayStation 5 and Steam, available now until December 12th. Check out the official launch date announcement trailer below:
Watch the SEASON: A letter to the future Launch Date Announcement Trailer
“It has been an absolute privilege to support the team delivering Season. It has been more than a game for us; it's a labor of love that stretched over a few years and several continents, bringing incredible talents together. We want to deliver an experience that speaks to you as it spoke to us, and we hope we manage to achieve that.” - Margherita Seconnino, Producer
In SEASON: A letter to the future, you play as a young woman from a secluded village exploring the world by bike for the first time, collecting memories before a cataclysm washes everything away. Season is a quest to discover a new world; one unknown yet familiar. Document, photograph, and record life as you find it, while you still can.
The gameplay of SEASON: A letter to the future focuses on exploring, recording, meeting others, and unraveling the strange world around you. At any point, you can hop off your bike and equip a recording tool from your bag. Each captures a different element; sounds and music, art and architecture, voices of old people, vanishing religious practices, the traces of seasons long past. Your tools help you examine the world more closely until you’re able to grasp the culture, history, and ecology underneath everything.