Ubisoft Announced Ode, An Experimental Musical Game

Ubisoft surprised everyone with a brand new title called Ode, a very simple game in which the sole aim is to spread joy. You play as a character called Joy and the audio and visuals will change as you explore through the game’s four musical garden environments collecting fallen stars. The more stars the player collects the greater the intensity of visuals and sound is experienced.

Ode was created by Ubisoft Reflections, the studio that was responsible for title such as Grow Home and Atomega. Ode is now available for $4.99 on Uplay PC worldwide.

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