Set in a world inspired by the Nazi occupation of Poland, My Memory of Us is a tale of friendship in times of ever-present danger. Here’s a new trailer.
It’s been over a year since we last heard of My Memory of Us, an adventure game about friendship in an environment of hostility and danger. The game looks just as sharp as ever, what with its distinctive art style; and now it comes sporting a release date and platform line-up.
According to publisher IMGN.PRO, My Memory of Us will release sometime in Q3 2018 (in July, August or September 2018) for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.
Here’s a new trailer to celebrate the announcement:
My Memory of Us may have robotic soldiers for enemies and an ‘Evil King’ as the villain, but the game is resolutely based on real events: the Nazi occupation of Poland during World War II. As such, the game includes many events that are based on stories from the war.
In the game, you control a pair of kids who have grown to be thick friends. They come from different worlds, and while the girl can run fast, the boy can sneak through places. You can control them individually, or as a pair, depending on what’s best for the situation.
Polish developer Juggler Games is currently present at SxSW 2018 in Austin, Texas, and will be sticking around until the 17th. They’re at booth #1511 if you’d like to have a gander at the game. They’re also going to be present at PAX East 2018, in Boston. They’ll be at booth #21091 from 5th to 8th April.