Nomada Studio, the developer of the breathtaking, watercolor platformer GRIS (which we absolutely loved), has revealed via Twitter that the game has received a free update ‘GRIS Undone’ that includes a catalog of unused music and artwork.
The update, which is available now, allows players to browse plenty of unused and never-before-shown concepts and artwork and listen to music tracks from Berlinist that didn’t make it into the final game.
Given that we adored the art style and music in GRIS, we’re excited to see and hear what the new update has to offer. In our review, we mentioned how the game’s “brilliant and touching art direction”, made it “the most evocative and calming title of 2018” — so expect to be blown away by what you’ll find in the latest update.
Check out a few of the never-before-shown artwork images from the update below:
To truly understand why GRIS is an artistic masterpiece, watch our video review of the game:
GRIS is available now on Nintendo Switch and PC.
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