Lili: Child of Geos, a “quirky adventure RPG hybrid with stunning visuals, silky-smooth graphics, fun writing, and approachable gameplay,” was released digitally yesterday for PlayStation 4, priced at $14.99 USD/£14.99. If you buy it within two weeks of launch in North America, you’ll receive a free dynamic theme.
A physical version of Lili: Child of Geos will be available through Limited Run Games on July 14. The standard edition with a physical copy of the game and art book will be limited to 5,000 copies, while the larger Collector’s Edition will be limited to 2,000 copies.
Panic Button’s Adam Creighton said:
Playing the titular Lili, explore lush environments on the mysterious island Geos, meet eclectic locals, solve puzzles, and maybe even fight a bit with some of the less-than-friendly folks. There is also an all-new, collector-journal-style user interface for PS4 we hope you enjoy (let us know; we thrive on positive reinforcement).
The game is designed to be broadly accessible to multiple ages and levels of gamers, the writing from BitMonster is fun (with nods to past and current pop-culture tropes), and the visuals are pretty great. Whether you snag the digital or physical release, we really hope you enjoy Lili: Child of Geos.
Creighton added that they didn’t do anything specifically for PS4 Pro, “and we made sure to keep the experience the same for all PS4 users.” Expect it to run at 60fps on all PS4s.
Prices for the physical versions weren’t given.