Nightingale launches in Early Access on February 22nd

Nightingale launches in Early Access on February 22nd

Edmonton's Studio Inflexion Games debut their new trailer for its shared-world survival crafting title Nightingale during Gamescom Opening Night Live.

Nightingale, the inaugural release by Inflexion Games, invites players to step into the shoes of a daring Realmwalker. Within this captivating experience, players will traverse arcane portals, weaving together their personal tale of survival and revelation across a dynamically generated Victorian gaslamp fantasy realm. Through the fusion of immersive survival-crafting mechanics, elaborate world-crafting, and breathtaking aesthetics, Nightingale stretches the limits of survival-crafting gameplay. It does so by introducing quests, an ever-unfolding narrative, and a strong focus on empowering players with autonomy.

"After years of dedicated work from the team, we are thrilled to announce that Nightingale will enter Early Access on February 22nd, 2024. That date is a few months later than we previously announced. But as a studio, we’re committed to quality, and we take player satisfaction very seriously. We want to ensure that the game delivers on the expectations of our community, who have played a vital role in the development to date. We strive to ensure that Nightingale not only fulfills our vision but also becomes a cherished place for our players to explore and discover with their friends for many years to come," says Aaryn Flynn, CEO of Inflexion Games.

Nightingale will be released into Early Access on February 22nd, 2024, via Steam and Epic Game Store ($29.99 USD).

About Inflexion Games
Inflexion Games is an Edmonton, Canada-based studio formed in 2018 by a group of industry veterans. It has since grown to over 100 passionate developers with a range of backgrounds including AAA, as well as those new to the industry - all united in pursuit of enriching games with depth, history and opportunity. Previous credits include venerated franchises Mass Effect, Dragon Age, Wipeout, and Far Cry. Supported by Tencent, the studio's first self-published game will be a shared world survival crafting title, Nightingale.