The Rabbit’s Apprentice pulls name change, release date out of a hat
What's in a name? Apparently quite a bit if you're looking forward to Daedalic's The Rabbit's Apprentice, as the upcoming fantasy adventure slated for May has been renamed The Night of the Rabbit.
The Night of the Rabbit tells the story of 12-year-old Jeremiah Hazelnut, who wants nothing more than to become a magician, and the talking, anthropomorphic rabbit who takes him under his wing as a student. Just as Jerry's summer vacation is about to end, the "elegantly dressed rabbit who goes by the name the Marquis de Hoto appears, carrying Jerry with him into an enchanted realm..." On the journey through his new mentor's home of Mousewood, Jerry discovers that he was chosen to play a crucial role in confronting an evil force threatening to tear apart the fabric of reality, but only if he can first overcome his greatest fear.
The Night of the Rabbit has been in development for more than a year, and the best news of all is that the game isn't far off now. Along with the title change, Daedalic has announced May 29th as the international release date for PC and Mac, including "full German and English versions, as well as Russian, Polish, Czech, French and Spanish text localizations."
To learn more about The Night of the Rabbit, be sure to check out our interview with Matthias Kempke, the game's creator.
|Digital||May 28 2013||Daedalic Entertainment|