I am not sure if Spiritfarer is going to make me cry, but I think it is going to have a pretty high chance of it. In this beautiful management game, you are the ferrymaster to lost spirits and one of your chief tasks is making friends, then helping those friends to find peace in the afterlife.
Stella will also have to build a boat, farm, mine, fish, harvest, cook and craft while travelling across islands and mystical seas. The crafting and exploration, mixed with friendships and finding peace, are all brought to life with stunning hand-drawn animations. The developer Thunder Lotus Games, is known for its high-quality hand-drawn (Sundered, Jotun) work and this game is no exception to the rule.
Spiritfarer was revealed at E3 earlier this year in the Xbox conference and will be making a showcase at Gamescom, where they will offer some insight into the co-op mode, where a friend joins you as Daffodil the cat.
Spiritfarer is scheduled to release sometime in 2020 and will be on Xbox Game Pass (both PC and console), as well as PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.