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Sea of Solitude unveiled by EA

The latest in their EA Originals program.

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Back in June EA announced the launch of their EA Originals initiative, with Zoink Games' Fe as the first game in the program. Now EA has introduced another game that's part of the program, this time being Jo-Mei Games' Sea of Solitude.

"Today, I'm pleased to introduce our second EA Originals title - Sea of Solitude," wrote EA's Executive Vice President Patrick Söderlund. "It is developed by Cornelia Geppert and her passionate team at Jo-Mei Games in Berlin, Germany."

"Like many of you, I saw the first glimpses of Sea of Solitude last year," he continues. "I was stunned by the intensity of the imagery and the emotional view into the universe of Kay, the central character. We follow her journey as she finds out that her biggest enemies are not the ones she comes across as she explores the Sea of Solitude, but something even more dangerous. Its combination of beauty and rawness is unlike any game I've played before."

The game's Writer and Creative Director Cornelia Geppert said: "Sea of Solitude is by far the most artistic and personal project I've ever created. At times it is very challenging to dig that deep into your own feelings like core fears, longing and anger, but at the same time it is the most fulfilling thing to express those very feelings by putting it to people through art."

Söderlund concludes by saying: "Through EA Originals, we are working with Cornelia and her team at Jo-Mei throughout the process of developing, publishing and bringing this incredibly creative story to all of you. I cannot wait to share more about Sea of Solitude with our partners at Jo-Mei in the months ahead."

For more on the game head over to the official website where there are gifs aplenty to look at. Do you think the EA Originals program will be successful with Sea of Solitude?

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"It does have its moments and the unique mark of the developer clearly shows in the game's climax, but emotionally, the story feels too unfocused."



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