Songbird Symphony, an adorable adventure that involves mild platforming segments and rhythm game elements, is going to get a physical release. PQube confirmed that both console versions of the game will get a retail release on Twitter. It will first arrive on the Nintendo Switch and PlayStation 4 in Europe on September 20, 2019. Then, on November 5, 2019, it will make its North American debut. The company did not note if the release will include anything special, aside from providing people with hard copies of the game.
In Songbird Symphony, players follow a young chick named Birb. He’s suffering from an identity crisis after realizing he isn’t a peacock like the bird that’s been raising him, Uncle Pea. After meeting with the wise owl, he sets out on a journey to learn notes from other birds’ songs and discover who he might really be. Birb visits new areas, brings music to them, and “sings” along with other birds’ songs. (You can learn more about it from our playtest.)
Songbird Symphony is immediately available digitally on the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and PC. A demo is also available.