Narrative card game Signs of the Sojourner coming to PS4 on March 17, Switch on March 18, and Xbox One on March 19

First released for PC in May 2020.

Signs of the Sojourner

Publisher Digerati and developer Echodog Games will release narrative card game Signs of the Sojourne for PlayStation 4 on March 17, Switch on March 18, and Xbox One on March 19, the companies announced. All versions will have a 20 percent-off launch discount (limited to PlayStation Plus members on PlayStation 4).

Signs of the Sojourner first launched for PC via Steam in May 2020.

Here is an overview of the game, via Digerati:

About

Signs of the Sojourner is a narrative card game about connecting with people. Your deck is your character, reflecting your experiences and shaping your relationships.

You take over your mother’s store after her death, traveling to diverse locations to acquire goods for the shop. Along the way, you’ll encounter optimistic stories, compassionate characters, and delightful surprises in a world where climate change has made life hard.

Key Features

  • Forge new friendships, rivalries, and connections through card game conversations.
  • Play cards to match the tone and perspective of your partner or try to sell your own point of view.
  • Make difficult choices – The consequences shape your deck and every conversation that follows.
  • Meet unforgettable characters and grow alongside them.
  • Five new characters introduced for the console versions (PC and macOS versions will be updated with the new content to coincide with the console releases).
  • Explore the world, but also explore what it means to return home.
  • Find rare and useful goods to aid your town.
  • Many possible endings.

Watch a new trailer below.

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