Feral Cat Den and indie narrative games publisher Fellow Traveller announced today Nirvana Noir, the follow-up to the award-winning and critically acclaimed Genesis Noir. Revealed as part of The Day of the Devs showcase, Nirvana Noir is the next adventure for No Man. As visually breathtaking as the first game, Nirvana Noir was one of the World Premieres during the 2023 Day of the Devs: The Game Awards Edition.
The cosmic watchmaker pursues mysteries across two parallel realities – one where the Big Bang was never fired, the other where it did, leading to an explosion of color and sin. It’s up to the player to solve the mysteries of the Bigger Bang.
Like Genesis Noir, Nirvana Noir is a seamless blend of animation and interactivity and is overflowing with unique puzzles and interactions. In a quest to solve these mysteries, players will find themselves performing a range of tasks, from mounting a legal defense to reconstructing a demolished building and even (literally) finding skeletons in closets.
Players will solve mysteries to the tune of another amazing jazz-inspired soundtrack that reacts and responds to player actions. The game features both noir and neo-noir influences, as well as music-focused puzzles and interactions. All music and sound design in the game is done by Skillbard, an award-winning London-based team of composers and sound designers who work in film, television, games, sound art, pop music, and sonic branding.
Nirvana Noir will launch on Xbox Series X|S and PC.