Forgotten Fields to Launch This April

Check out this narrative game inspired by the warm locales of Goa, India.

Forgotten Fields to Launch This April

Frostwood Interactive gave us our first look at Forgotten Fields last year. Despite a global pandemic, the game is now ready to release this April.

As per the official announcement, Forgotten Fields is now set to come to PC this April 14. Here’s the official trailer:

The story follows the character of Sid, an author with a creative block who decides to visit his childhood home before it’s sold off. The game draws inspiration from other narrative-based titles like Life is Strange and What Remains of Edith Finch.

It’s worth noting that Armaan Sandhu, the one-man studio who runs Frostwood Interactive, also drew inspiration from the real-life location of Goa, India. Sandhu says about Forgotten Fields:

“I'm really excited to share a game world based off Goa, India with the rest of the world… I think it'll be a very new and unique experience, and I can't wait to see what players think of it!."

Forgotten Fields will be available with a 15% discount for the first week of launch and the game will run for £11.39 / $14.99 / €12.49. If you want to check out other titles by Frostwood, a bundle will also be available. This bundle includes Forgotten Fields and Rainswept, and it's priced at £14.10 / $18.99 / €16.29

For more information on Forgotten Fields, you can check here.

Go on a nostalgic road trip in Forgotten Fields - a game about a struggling author who travels back to his childhood home one last time before it's sold off. Visit old friends, relive memories, and experience bursts of inspiration in this warm game about the passage of time.

Forgotten Fields launches on Steam on April 14.


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