Brothers a Tale of Two Sons Remake now available with 20% launch discount

Video game publisher 505 Games and developer Avantgarden have launched Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Remake, a re-telling of the 2013 classic.

To celebrate the launch, 505 Games is offering a 20% discount for the first seven days. Further discounts are available to owners of the original game on selected platforms.

The Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Remake has been endorsed by Josef Fares, the creative visionary behind the original game. This remake has been carefully crafted to retell the heart-wrenching story of brothers Naia and Naiee as they set out on a quest to save their father’s life. Using the Unreal Engine 5, the entire journey has been recreated from scratch, providing an immersive experience while remaining true to the original game. Additionally, the game now offers local co-op mode, allowing two players to control each brother’s actions.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons has won multiple prestigious awards, including a BAFTA for Game Innovation, Downloadable Game of the Year Awards at the D.I.C.E and Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences, and Best Xbox Game at the VGAs. It’s widely regarded by many as one of the most influential games of the past decade.

The Brothers: A Tale Of Two Sons Remake is now available on PlayStation 5, Xbox X|S, PC Steam, Epic Game Store, and GOG.

Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons is a 2013 adventure game developed by Starbreeze Studios and published by 505 Games for Xbox 360, Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, iOS, Android, Windows Phone, Nintendo Switch, and Amazon Luna

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