Ravensburger announces Chronicles of Light: Darkness Falls

Published on: 10th January 2024

Disney and Pixar have joined forces for the new Chronicles of Light: Darkness Falls interactive game which will be released by Ravensburger in the summer of 2024.

Ravensburger is assembling heroines across popular Disney and Pixar stories to join forces and vanquish a sinister darkness threatening the world. Combining role-playing, storytelling, cooperation and the approachability of a board game format, Chronicles of Light: Darkness Falls (Disney Edition) creates an immersive adventure game that allows players to experience Disney heroines in whole new ways while they work together to win. Chronicles of Light: Darkness Falls (Disney Edition) will launch this summer in the UK and Republic of Ireland.

“As we’ve seen time and time again with games like Disney Villainous and Disney Lorcana TCG, bringing Disney heroes and villains into one shared universe reignites powerful nostalgia and provides a platform to bring friends and families together in an immersive and highly creative experience,” said Lysa Penrose, head of New Games Marketing at Ravensburger. “We know how imaginations ignite when you bring Disney storytelling to life in board games, and we can’t wait for players to see what happens when Disney Princess characters and other Disney heroines join forces and take centre stage.”

In Chronicles of Light: Darkness Falls (Disney Edition), players work together to form dynamic alliances of Disney and Pixar heroines, including Moana (Moana), Violet (The Incredibles), Maid Marian (Robin Hood) and Belle (Beauty and the Beast). Materialising as radiant crystal versions summoned into the realm, the heroines drive back shadows of infamous Disney Villains and restore the Realm of Light. Along the way, the team explores a brand-new illustrated world and encounters familiar characters, items and creatures on their quests. Fully designed and illustrated by women, the game’s diverse missions and modular board generate new adventures every time it’s played.

More gameplay details and illustrations will be unveiled at various game events throughout the year. The game is recommended for up to four players of ages eight and up and has an SRP of £29.99.


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