The game’s story mode takes players on a journey through El Dorado, the mythical land where the game’s protagonists first encounter Fisherman, and his friends.
The protagonist and the rest of the party will find themselves lost in a place they don’t recognize as their own, where Fisherman has a small collection of magical items that are a boon to his journey.
In addition to the items, Fisherman is equipped with a small amount of armor and a pair of gloves, so the characters are protected from the elements and in better shape.
While this isn’t as fun as the traditional exploration, it’s a nice break from the typical RPG-esque gameplay that we see from the likes of Dark Souls and Dark Souls II.
Fisherman himself has a pretty nice outfit that will let you get used to his unusual outfit, but the rest is mostly up to you to find.
Fishers Friend’s story has its share of interesting puzzles to solve, but we’ve still got some work to do in the game before we’ll really get to explore the world.
Fishermen Friend’s Stories is set to launch in the Americas and Europe in late February, with an English release slated for the end of the year.
The game will be free to play, and will cost $19.99 USD.