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Gorgeous afterlife adventure Spiritfarer shares post-launch content roadmap for 2021

Spiritfarer – the beautiful, touching afterlife adventure from Thunder Lotus Games – was a big hit around these parts when it released in 2020, and now the developer has unveiled a three-pronged content roadmap, promising new post-launch adventures later this year.

Spiritfarer, if you’ve not yet had the pleasure, casts players as Stella, a “ferrymaster to the deceased”, who builds a boat to roam a mystical ocean and escort animal spirits toward the afterlife. What follows is an unusual, but thoroughly captivating blend of conflict-free platforming, farming, fishing, cooking, mining, and crafting that’s even playable co-operatively, with a friend taking on the role of Daffodil the cat.

Eurogamer contributor Malindy Hetfeld enjoyed Spiritfarer immensely, awarding it a Recommended badge when she reviewed it last year, and those equally smitten now have more to look forward to courtesy of Thunder Lotus’ continuing post-launch development.

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Spiritfarer – the beautiful, touching afterlife adventure from Thunder Lotus Games – was a big hit around these parts when it released in 2020, and now the developer has unveiled a three-pronged content roadmap, promising new post-launch adventures later this year.

Spiritfarer, if you’ve not yet had the pleasure, casts players as Stella, a “ferrymaster to the deceased”, who builds a boat to roam a mystical ocean and escort animal spirits toward the afterlife. What follows is an unusual, but thoroughly captivating blend of conflict-free platforming, farming, fishing, cooking, mining, and crafting that’s even playable co-operatively, with a friend taking on the role of Daffodil the cat.

Eurogamer contributor Malindy Hetfeld enjoyed Spiritfarer immensely, awarding it a Recommended badge when she reviewed it last year, and those equally smitten now have more to look forward to courtesy of Thunder Lotus’ continuing post-launch development.

Read more

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