Journey: The Journey is the latest in a series of games from the studio Journey, featuring a story told in a new, VR-only way, that will allow you to relive the story you love while exploring a whole new place.
The journey begins in the town of Arundel in a small island in the far North Atlantic Ocean.
You will begin your journey by heading to the village of St. Mary’s in the north, where you will discover that the island has been turned into a small floating city, complete with a lighthouse, an observatory, and a library.
From there, you will head north along the coastline to find the city of Aulnay, where a mysterious figure named Alon will tell you that he has a plan to take the world as he wants it to be.
The journey will continue across the island, until you find yourself in a land that is a complete stranger to you.
As you explore the island and explore the city, you begin to discover a much darker side to the people of Aurlay, and to Alon’s plot.
You soon find out that the townspeople have taken over the island with a new plan to create a new world order.
The island is a very different place from the one you know and love, and Alon is determined to change things, even if it means sacrificing his own life.
As the journey continues, you’ll come across a series to explore in the game, and you’ll find that Alon has a way to bring back the people who live on the island by putting a human face to the monsters they are creating.
You’ll also come across some familiar faces in the streets of Aurora, such as the woman who you’ll eventually meet in the city’s library.
You can also visit the church of St Martin, where Alon says he was baptized to become a member of the church.
As your journey continues you’ll be able to visit various places on the islands island, including St. Martin, St. Bartholomew’s, and even a graveyard.
You should also visit Aulnah, the city Alon first met in his quest, where he will have a much more personal encounter with Alon himself.
The game is set to release this fall on PS4, Xbox One, and PC.
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