Sable, The Precious Indie Exploration, Already Has A Release Date


Sable: The Jean Giraud-inspired work will be released this September on Xbox Series X | S, Xbox One and PC. During the Summer Game Fest it has confirmed its premiere. Sable, the independent game of exploration on a vehicle that is inspired by the work of Jean Giraud, Moebius, has been one of the main protagonists of the Summer Game Fest, Geoff Keighley’s conference prior to E3 2021. After a while without Knowing about the Shedworks game, we can now confirm that it will arrive this September 23 on Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and PC.

Hopefully over the next few weeks we will learn more about the title, which bases his experience on exploring a desert where color reigns. We can climb, move and steer that ship that levitates on the surface. Secrets, ruins, ancient cities and puzzles is what awaits us in a title ready to surprise us. “Sable is a coming-of-age fable based on personal discovery through the exploration of a fascinating desert world.”

E3 2021, an event full of conferences and announcements

Summer Game Fest is just the beginning of a coverage that will last until June 15. From this Saturday, with Ubisoft, E3 2021 will begin for the first time in a totally digital way. The French company will be the first this June 12 from 9:00 p.m. peninsular time in Spain. Later that night, Devolver Digital will dazzle us with its new announcements and deals. One of the tightest days will be Sunday, however. There will be no time to blink after 7:00 PM (CEST), as Xbox & Bethesda will move to Square Enix at 9:15 PM (CEST) and then the PC Gaming Show at 11:30 PM.

The week will begin next Monday with Limited Run Games, Take-Two and Capcom, a prelude to the last day of the event, Tuesday, June 15, where Nintendo will monopolize all the spotlight with its Nintendo Direct from E3 2021. It will be at 6 p.m. : 00 (peninsular time of Spain) when those of Kyoto show us in 40 minutes of conference what we can expect from their catalog for Nintendo Switch in 2021 and later. Only Bandai Namco will be missing, which also has ads. We invite you to follow in MeriStation everything that E3 2021 gives of itself live; both with news and on our YouTube channel.


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