You can’t deny that Rayman Origins and Rayman Legends were beautiful games; the engine used to create them was UbiArt Framework, the same engine that is now powering Child of Light.
So how well could UbiArt work for latest generation games? Here’s the answer: if I say that the new video revealed by Ubisoft Montreal for Child of Light PS4 gameplay is beautiful, period, I would be making an understatement.
The video starts off with PlayStation Access’ Holly Bannett asking Patrick Plourde, the game’s creative director about the game’s synopsis. He details how the turn based side scrolling RPG is going to use a water color-like artwork in a fictional world that looks more like a dark fairy tale.
Aurora, the little girl that you will control is seen wandering about in search for a way to get back home while there is an evil power that she needs to stand up against.
Regardless of the plot, it is the visuals in the Child of Light PS4 gameplay video that are really gripping. You can’t help but stop and stare at how they have merged the shadows with colors that are so bright it lightens your mood.
Anyhow, I’ll leave you to it; check out the Child of Light PS4 gameplay video above and scroll down to share your opinion.