The Star Named EOS Wins DevGAMM “Excellence in Visual Art” Award

The team at Silver Lining Studio and PLAYISM have announced their story-rich photography indie The Star Named EOS has been awarded the “Excellence in Visual Art” award at DevGAMM 2024.

A picturesque Game Conference located in Lisbon, Portugal, DevGAMM 2024 brought together\ 500 game developers, publishers, and industry professionals worldwide.

Silver Lining Studio said the following: 

“We were really honored, and we want to thank the judges for recognizing us— as well as our players for their constant support. We can’t wait until launch day in just a few weeks.” 

Silver Lining Studio

The team previously released an English voiceover trailer for The Star Named EOS, featuring the very talented Suzie Yeung.

You can watch it below:

The Star Named EOS – English Voiceover Trailer

Pre-orders for The Star Named EOS are now available worldwide on Xbox Series X|S and Nintendo Switch, with a 10% discount. 

The title is slated to launch on July 23 for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, Steam, Epic Games Store, GOG, Humble Store, Sonkwo and Heybox for $14.99 USD.

Want to stay connected around all things around The Star Named EOS? Be sure to visit the PLAYISM website, follow them on their official Twitter/X social media channel, and join the conversation via their Discord channel.

Source: Press Release

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