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The Unfinished Swan is finished, coming soon

Sony's The Unfinished Swan is on its way.

The Unfinished Swan is a first-person adventure game that starts in a blank world. Objects and areas are formed by the blobs of black paint you throw. As the game progresses, new mechanics and colours are introduced. It's probably something that needs to be played to really be understood.

The Unfinished Swan hits the PlayStation Network on October 23rd in North America and the 24th in Europe. PS+ members will be able to buy the game a week early. It'll be priced at $14.99, €12.99, or £9.99, depending on what kind of money you have in your PSN account.

Reported by Rhody Tobin



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