Chucklefish reveals new Witchbrook images, launches Steam page

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After almost two years of silence, Chucklefish has finally given gamers a new look at Witchbrook.

The game was first revealed in 2018 under the name Spellbound, after which two years of radio silence were broken by the news the game was renamed Witchbrook and had gotten a total overhaul on the art style.

Today, developers dropped a couple teaser images and announced the Steam page for the game is live and available to wishlist.

“Embark on a magical coming-of-age adventure when you enrol as a witch-in-training at Witchbook College. Journey from the familiar to the fantastical as you learn to harness the magic around you in this detailed life simulation and social RPG,” the Steam page reads. “Embrace your magical roots by stepping into your ancestor’s role of resident witch to the bustling seaside town of Mossport. Jump on your broom and immerse yourself in a world full of wonder and charm, discovering long lost secrets, spells and spirits! Make friends, find love, and help others to live their dreams as you travel together on the road to graduation and beyond.”

The game page breaks down how players will work to graduate at the top of their class at Witchbrook College that includes normal coming-of-age fun in a magical world. The game also includes post-graduate work and life, according to the description.

The Steam Page also reveals plans for the game to include online co-op.

No release date was shared, but fingers crossed we get more news before 2024.


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