Annapurna Interactive will hold a presentation in July showing its most outstanding indie games

Annapurna Interactive will hold a presentation in July showing its most outstanding indie games

Despite the fact that Summer Game Fest began with an opening gala full of announcements, Geoff Keighley’s initiative goes beyond that presentation. Over the next few days we will see demos, announcements and the occasional event that will provide more information on the number of projects that are to come.

In July it will be time to talk about indies and that is Annapurna Interactive, a distributor that does not usually fail when it comes to making visible and supporting large independent games, has announced its own presentation. The digital event will take place on July 29 at 9:00 p.m. (Spanish peninsular time) and will offer information on a few games.

We’ve got game reveals, new game announcements, and a few more surprises, confirmed in a small teaser. Regarding what we can see, we already have a small idea and that is that this same video revealed some of the games on which the focus will be placed. One of the most anticipated is Stray.

The title presented a year ago at a PlayStation event left a very good taste in the mouth, obviously because there was a kitten. Its cyberpunk aesthetic convinced and now, after a while without knowing anything, it seems that we will have a better look at this interesting premise. It should also be noted that The Artful Escape or Solar Ash will not miss the appointment.

The first is a 2D platform and the second, we had him yesterday at Summer Game Fest. Solar Ash, the newest Heart Machine for PS5, PS4 and PC, shared a hectic gameplay in his futuristic world.

Quality can be expected during this presentation. Annapurna has edited titles such as What Remains of Edith Finch, Sayonara Wild Hearts or The Outer WildsTherefore, if you like indie proposals, this conference is a practically obligatory appointment. What new experiences will we see?

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