Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

thatgamecompany, best recognized for critically acclaimed games Journey and Flower, today launched their first collaborative season in their award-winning game, Sky: Children of the Light. Sky’s special adventure season will star the internationally beloved character, Le Petit Prince (The Little Prince), from the cross-generational French children’s novel and license created by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry. The event arrives just in time to celebrate Le Petit Prince’s 75th anniversary and is available to download in Sky via Apple AppGoogle Play, and Nintendo Switch Game Store.

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event The ‘Season of The Little Prince’ will be Sky’s 10th season release and will be playable over the next 11 weeks. A brand new beautifully-designed “Starlight Desert” area has been added to stage the all-new storyline. Through the season, the player will be tasked to explore a different part of the Sky kingdom with the Little Prince to learn about his story and his travels.  Fans of the novel will recognize some of the other iconic characters joining the themed narrative arc too. There will be more surprises, expressions, items, and cosmetics to unlock throughout this special season.

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

“It is wonderful to see The Little Prince in ‘Sky’. We are glad Jenova and his team thought about this collaboration. It makes perfect sense as The Little Prince and Sky have strong values in common and both inspire people to cherish friendship, love, and childhood.” added Olivier d’Agay, great-nephew of Antoine de Saint Exupéry and Executive Director of the Antoine de Saint Exupéry Youth Foundation.

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

“Le Petit Prince was one of the strongest inspirations to me and the team during the early development of Sky. There are so many layers of depth about childhood, love, and friendship in this book, even when we revisited it for this season we were discovering new things. I am so honored to be working with Olivier and his team. We hope the Sky fans savor it as much as we have designed this new season,” added Jenova Chen, co-Founder and Creative Director at thatgamecompany.

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

Last month, the game also surpassed its 100th million installs since its launch on Apple App Store in July 2019. The team expects continued growth with Sky following its recent launch on Nintendo Switch and optional cross-play functionality across mobile devices as well. With compassion, friendship, and altruism as central elements of Sky, the game’s innovative experience has drawn both critical acclaim and awards. It has been honored with accolades such as Apple’s 2019 iPhone Game of the Year and Apple’s 2020 Design Award, as well as wins at the SXSW Awards 2020, the Game Developers Choice Awards 2020, Google Play Store’s Best Indie Game of 2020, The Webby Awards 2020 & 2021, among others.

Sky Children of The Light Launches First Crossover Seasonal Event

Sky: Children of the Light is free-to-play on the Nintendo SwitchApp Store for compatible Apple devices, and Google Play for Android devices.  All features of the ‘Season of The Little Prince’ can be activated by purchasing the Adventure Season Pass at £9.99, and for gifting with the three-pack bundle at £19.99 within Sky. Additional items and cosmetics such as the Fox Prop, Little Prince Scarf, and Asteroid Jacket will be made available for in-app purchase for a limited time as well.

 

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