Tribeca Festival 2021 Reveals First-Ever Tribeca Games Official Selection Lineup with Kena: Bridge of Spirits and More

The Tribeca Festival 2021 has revealed its Tribeca Games lineup which features a total of 8 upcoming games nominated for the inaugural Tribeca Games Award. This award “honors an unreleased game for its potential for excellence in art and storytelling through design, artistic mastery and highly immersive worlds.”

The 8 games being featured during Tribeca Festival 2021 are

  • Harold Halibut
  • Kena: Bridge of Spirits
  • Lost in Random
  • NORCO
  • Sable
  • Signalis
  • The Big Con
  • Twelve Minutes

Furthermore, to celebrate video games being part of the Tribeca Festival for 10 years, Rockstar Games will be hosting a special live outdoor performance in New York City’s The Battery, featuring Red Dead Redemption 2 Original Soundtrack producer, Daniel Lanois alongside his band and special guests. A live performance of select tracks from Red Dead Redemption 2 will be taking place at sunset, and it is being advertised as a must-see spectacle.

Tribeca Enterprises and Tribeca Festival Co-Founder and CEO Jane Rosenthal had this to say regarding the event:

“For over a decade, our mission has been to be a catalyst for placing games and their creators at the forefront of mainstream and artistic culture alongside film, TV and VR/AR. We continue to embrace the cross pollination and intersection of these storytellers with this year’s Tribeca Games Official Selections. And this is just the beginning.”

Casey Baltes, the Vice President of Tribeca Games had this to say regarding the event:

“This year’s selections showcase the potential for phenomenal storytelling in interactive experiences, with characters and worlds that explore the deep connection we have to ourselves and the world around us. From action/adventure to interactive thriller to intimate point and click narratives, these selections demonstrate a range of story and gameplay as well as visual style. We fell in love with the characters and the worlds that each game presented to us.”

You can read more about Tribeca Games here.


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