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Unravel Free Trial on EA Access is Live Now!
Agreed that Unravel on EA Access is only going to have the first two levels of the game, but it is also going to let the subscribers play the game before the rest of the world. Also, you get 10 hours worth of a trial which, by the way, has started today!
The recently released trailer of the game left little doubt in our minds that this is probably going to be the season’s most adorable game, and Yarny made that was conveyed through the recent Q&A session the little fella held on Twitter as well.
Nonetheless, if you are still on the fence about this game (you’re unbelievable if you are!) a free trial is now live on EA Access as previously promised by the developers:
Starting on February 4, members can download the real game and start exploring Unravel’s heartfelt story and solving the game’s physics-based puzzles. The Play First Trial for Unravel includes the first two levels, and should take most players around two hours to complete without spoiling all of its surprises.
It is correct that the two levels will take two hours usually, but a complete experience should give you about ten hours, the developers say – that is “if you want to spend some extra time searching for secrets and adventuring with Yarny.”
Already impressed by Unravel? the game is going to be released to PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on February 9, 2016 – and if you are subscribed to EA Access you will get it five days before that.