Kena Bridge of Spirits: here's where to buy it at the best price

Kena Bridge of Spirits: here's where to buy it at the best price

Kena Bridge of Spirits

On August 24, Kena Bridge of Spirits will land on PS4, PS5 and PC, an intriguing action-packed adventure set in a magical world where we will put ourselves in the shoes of Kena, a young spirit guide traveling to an abandoned village. Thanks to our skills we will be called to discover an ancient mystery, with the help of small but powerful spirits who take the name of Rot. A title, therefore, that seems to have all the credentials to turn out to be one of the most interesting games of the summer and that you can book right now at what is the best price on the market.

Kena Bridge of Spirits will not be just a particularly light-hearted exploration title. Among the spirits of the game world of the work of Ember Lab, in addition to the friendly helpers who will assist us in our adventure, we will occasionally find corrupt spirits who will put a spoke in the wheel, even giving us some particularly challenging clashes. An all-round work that, despite being expected to hit the market only on August 24th, can already be booked at a great price.

To date, unfortunately, we do not know if a collector or limited edition of the title will also be released on the market, but we will update this article if they will be revealed to the general public, as well as when they will be released new offers for Kena Bridge of Spirits. In the meantime, the Ember Lab title can still be booked right now at the best price on the market.

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