Drawn to Life: Two Realms, the first Drawn to Life game in more than a decade, is due to launch on December the 7th. It’ll be available on PC, Switch, and of course mobile.
Developed by Digital Continue and published by 505 Games, Drawn to Life: Two Realms will build on the first game’s novel concept with a new creative toy placement mechanic that allows you to position toys throughout levels to help you traverse them.
There’s a brand new Creation Tool, too, consisting of millions of colors, stickers, templates, hero animations, and more.
Story-wise, Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter takes place several years after Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter. It features Mari, Jowee, and other familiar characters and locations, as well as dozens of toys, 100 Imagination Battles, 70-plus Humans, and more.
Several members of the creative team from the first Drawn to Life game are involved in this latest iteration, including developers and the original composer, who has come up with 50 new tracks.
Drawn to Life: The Next Chapter will cost $4.99 when it arrives on the Google Play Store next month.