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A new trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming JRPG-inspired downloadable title Child of Light shows off several locations within the game’s fictional world of Lemuria.

Said locations include a purple-tinted field, marshlands, the dizzying heights of a tree-residing city, locations kept afloat by balloons, waterfalls and ancient ruins, swamplands, underwater grottos and ruins, and much  more.

The trailer (embedded below) might also contain a potential spoiler, showing an adult-aged looking Aurora floating through all the different environments that, stitched together, form Lemuria. Granted, Child of Light has been described as a bildungsroman—a coming of age tale. But perhaps in the same JRPG veins as Breath of Fire III, she grows up at some point within the narrative.

Child of Light launches on Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U April 30 worldwide.

Take a tour through Lemuria with the latest Child of Light trailer

By | 04/14/2014 03:10 PM PT

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A new trailer for Ubisoft’s upcoming JRPG-inspired downloadable title Child of Light shows off several locations within the game’s fictional world of Lemuria.

Said locations include a purple-tinted field, marshlands, the dizzying heights of a tree-residing city, locations kept afloat by balloons, waterfalls and ancient ruins, swamplands, underwater grottos and ruins, and much  more.

The trailer (embedded below) might also contain a potential spoiler, showing an adult-aged looking Aurora floating through all the different environments that, stitched together, form Lemuria. Granted, Child of Light has been described as a bildungsroman—a coming of age tale. But perhaps in the same JRPG veins as Breath of Fire III, she grows up at some point within the narrative.

Child of Light launches on Windows PC, PS4, Xbox One, PS3, Xbox 360, and Wii U April 30 worldwide.

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