Komodo, AstralShift, and VisuStella announced mystery horror RPG Pocket Mirror: GoldenerTraum launches on May 19 for PC via Steam worldwide. The game will support a slew of languages at launch, and pre-orders are available now.
At launch, Pocket Mirror: GoldenerTraum supports English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Japanese, Korean, Russian, Simplified Chinese, and Traditional Chinese language options. Pre-orders are available now on Steam with a 20% discount and a free copy of the official soundtrack. Additionally, a free demo is available now for those interested in trying out the RPG before launch.
Here’s an overview of Pocket Mirror: GoldenerTraum via its official Steam page:
About Pocket Mirror: GoldenerTraum
Pocket Mirror, originally released in 2016, is a mystery horror RPG that follows the main character in search of her true identity in a bizarre and wondrous world. Focused on puzzle-solving and exploration, it immerses the player in its compelling narrative and story-driven progression with a cast of unique characters, beautiful visuals, and a stunning original soundtrack.
In this remastered version, Pocket Mirror: GoldeneTraum brings back all the memorable contents of the original release with new visuals, additional features, a brand new ending and 2D animated sequences, extra content, and more.
- A breathtakingly eerie world riddled with puzzles to solve, mysteries to unravel, and challenges to overcome.
- 100+ uniquely immersive environments to explore.
- Play with the charming new 2D anime-style meant to shatter expectations, or enjoy the classic artstyle.
- A moving and thrilling original soundtrack filled with a variety of memorable tracks.
- Newly added 2D animation videos and sequences.
- A multitude of endings to unravel, including a brand new one.
- New content to be explored in New Game+.
Launch Date Announcement Trailer
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