Published: Wed, September 13, 2017
Industry | By Dora Warner

The studio behind Journey is making an Apple TV game

The studio behind Journey is making an Apple TV game

The next game from the creators of Journey will let you soar above the clouds with your friends, but only on iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV.

Sky is described as a social adventure game, with up to eight players worldwide able to play together as shown briefly in the teaser above.

Sky supports up to 8 players, and the entire game can be controlled with a single finger.

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Back in 2014, we reported that the studio had secured $7 million in funding for this project.

Light and dark are an important theme in Sky.

A new thatgamecompany game has been announced. Their first title was Flow released across all the PlayStation platforms, followed in 2009 by the attractive Flower which as noted during this Apple event is the only video game to ever be made a permanent fixture in the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

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The downside, or upside, depending on where your loyalties lie, is that it's going to be Apple-exclusive...for now. You play as the children of light, with a goal of bringing light to where it's needed the most.

By that logic, a family entertainment center like the Apple TV is pretty suitable for Thatgamecompany's particular flavor of simple, heartfelt narratives - not to mention the iPhone and iPad.

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