A picturesque new story is on the way from the OPUS team
Developer SIGONO has been making some waves with its narrative adventures, and now the team has announced its next project. OPUS: Prism Peak is a new game from SIGONO, and it’s taking a look through a camera lens for its story.
SIGONO has developed several different narrative adventures under the OPUS banner, stretching back to 2016’s OPUS: The Day We Found Earth. The Taiwanese studio found some breakout success with 2021’s OPUS: Echo of Starsong, which received both audience critical acclaim, and found its way to the Switch with the Full Bloom Edition.
With OPUS: Prism Peak, the studio seems like its looking towards the camera for a new perspective. With the tagline “Capture the moment, then learn to let go,” it certainly seems poised for some powerful emotions.
According to its Steam page, OPUS: Prism Peak is an adventure where choices will lead to diverging endings, as you play a photographer lost in an ethereal realm. You’ll have to use your camera to uncover mysteries and find a way home through all of it.
The camera eye
Not much more information has been shared just yet, but the premise alone is very intriguing. The camera has become a cool way of viewing video game worlds, whether on the arcade-like railways of Pokemon Snap or snapping shots of the final days in Umurangi Generation.
With a team like SIGONO behind it, OPUS: Prism Peak could be another one to watch in the realm of camera-based adventure. Hopefully we’ll hear more about this project soon. Meanwhile, that leaves plenty of time to check out the other OPUS games.