When we first heard about Project Sable during Raw Fury’s week-long set of reveals last year, we didn’t have a lot to go on, just a website with a few GIFs. But now, at the PC Gaming Show at E3 2018, we finally got our first full look at the game – now just going by Sable – through its first trailer (which you can naturally check out below), revealing it as an open-world game with a cel-shaded art style inspired by the likes of Studio Ghibli.
Created by London-based developers Shedworks, Sable is a coming-of-age story that focuses on exploration as you attempt to find your place in the world and discover the history of the alien planet which you traverse, all set to a soundtrack by Michelle Zauner of Japanese Breakfast (who provided the song for the trailer). It all feels somewhat like Journey, but with hoverbikes, and we mean that in the best way possible. Sable isn’t due out until 2019 for the PC and Xbox One, but stay tuned for more details on it as they come.