What Lies in the Multiverse is a story-driven platformer with reality swapping • Eurogamer.net

Everyone’s accomplishing the multiverse these days. Fortnite. Tom Holland. Next up is What Lies in the Multiverse, a tale-centered aspect-scroller from indie builders Studio Voyager and IguanaBee.

A push release accompanying today’s trailer claims a remarkable comedy tale and 2D platforming, but it’s the game’s seamless transitions involving dimensions which genuinely catch the eye.

“Won’t be able to access a ledge? Bam! Swap worlds mid-air. Frightened of sliding about an icy environment? Alternate to an additional universe for firmer floor!” the game’s blurb reads. “Just be very careful when messing with gravity…”

Here is an example.

What Lies in the Multiverse is owing for launch early subsequent calendar year on Laptop, PlayStation, Change and Xbox. Fancy a go faster? You will find a demo available on Steam right now.

Here’s the total trailer: