May 18, 2024

A Highland Music, the acclaiming mountain climbing journey from 80 Days and Heaven’s Vault developer Inkle Studios, is tempting gamers again into its rolling Scottish hills with its free new Concord replace, introducing new tales, new music, and extra.

A Highland Music, which launched late final 12 months on Change and PC, tells the story of teenager Moira McKinnon who runs away from her lifetime of relative seclusion on the sting of the Scottish Highlands after receiving a letter from her uncle inviting her to his lighthouse on the coast.

What follows is an usually magical mix of mild narrative and exploratory platforming (“deeply, richly evocative, poetic”, is how Eurogamer’s Chris Tapsell put it in his 4 star evaluation) as gamers information Moira alongside one among A Highland Music’s many potential routes, every revealing new tales and secrets and techniques to encourage additional playthroughs.

And this is what A Highland Music seems to be like, for those who’re unfamiliar.Watch on YouTube

That is the place the primary new characteristic of A Highland Music’s free Concord replace is available in, introducing a Landmarks system that lets gamers see the height names and paths they’ve taken beforehand to help of their future discoveries. Moreover, right now’s replace provides 5 new tracks from folks musicians Talisk and Fourth Moon, alongside a “few new story surprises” to uncover.

To mark the arrival of A Highland Music’s Concord replace, Inkle has knocked 30 % off the sport’s asking value for a restricted time. From now till subsequent Thursday, sixteenth Might, it is out there on Steam and Change for £10.49 as a substitute of the standard £14.99.