A very remarkable concept video has been released for the game, which was adapted from the novel The Bird That Drinks Tears and whose concept studies have been published before.
Although it is mostly identified with PUBG games, Krafton continues to appear with different projects. The company recently announced that it is working on a new game with fantasy elements based on the Korean fantasy novel The Bird The Drinks Tears. After the release of the first concept images of the game, a concept promotional video was released today. We must also mention that the video is quite impressive. The published video and new information are as follows;
Concept video released for Krafton’s fantasy game
Following the announcement that KRAFTON, Inc. has begun active development on an untitled game project based on the popular Korean fantasy novel, KRAFTON has released a new visual concept trailer for this IP to present what the audience will expect from their future entertainment project. Along with the eponymous game project, the visualization project is positioned to guide the aesthetic and tonal aspects of various multimedia projects based around The Bird That Drinks Tears, including a comic book and feature film.
Created using Unreal Engine 5, the visual concept trailer highlights KRAFTON’s mystical tone aimed at various projects around The Bird That Drinks Tears. The world and character designs in the teaser feature stunning concept art created by renowned Hollywood artist Iain McCaig, known for series like Star Wars and Marvel.
Since 2021, KRAFTON’s Windless Team has worked closely with Iain McCaig on visualizing the world and the characters of the novel. The final product of this collaboration will be published as an art book in 2022. In addition, a comic book about The Bird That Drinks Tears will be published in 2023.
Finally, KRAFTON continues active development on an untitled game project based on the novel. KRAFTON continues its efforts to recruit the best talent globally to help realize its ambitious vision. official website recently activated.