Sky Children of the Light Review
Posted: 20 months ago, last updated 7 months ago.
You soar above the clouds to seven dreamlike realms and work together to find buried mysteries and rebuild a fallen kingdom. It’s more than just a heart-warming flight simulator though. As you progress you earn new ways to communicate with and give gifts to other players. Players team to adventure into darker realms to save spirits and uncover ancient treasures. Like a day at Disneyland, Sky is designed to bring families and friends closer together.
Now available on Nintendo Switch, although details about in-app purchases and cross-play features are no yet confirmed. This is described as the first console platform, so we expect Sky Children of the Light on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in due course.
Players: This is a single player game. You can play with up to 8 players online. You can play on your own or with up to 8 others online. The game makes it easy to find friends and family you know and ensures safe chat and permission for those you don’t.
Sky Children of the Light
This game is free to play. Additional in-game purchases are offered for items that enhance the experience. This includes a regular subscription fee (known as a 'battle/season pass') to unlock access to reward items and other aspects of the game. In-game purchases for candles that are used as currency to give to other players as gifts. There is also Season Pass to grant access to content that changes over time.
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