It\u2019s the season of love! And for the gaming world, the best way to celebrate is by releasing a new puzzle game featuring two strikingly different souls who later on falls in love with each other. And to celebrate the month of hearts, Co-op puzzle independent platformer, Modus Games, has finally launched Degrees of Separation trailer.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=XUCk_6b-Q6o\r\n\r\nThe game is developed by Moondrop, while Chris Avellone writes the story. Avellone is the same storyteller who worked on Fallout: New Vegas and Prey\u2019s reboot. Ahead of its official release, Modus Games came out with the latest trailer where players get to see the adventure.\r\n\r\nPlayers need to \u201cunleash the power\u201d of the characters who need to break the divide that separates them.\r\n\r\nWhat\u2019s most exciting in the game is the complex story of the characters. The 2D puzzle game features Rime and Ember who lives in two different worlds but are together on a journey. Rime lives in an icy world that has a perpetual winter. Meanwhile, Ember runs in a warm world.\r\n\r\nIn the latest trailer, Rime and Ember can be seen riding a cable car together, but they are separated. They can also be seen running together in the woods while struggling to get past an \u201cenigmatic force.\u201d\r\n\r\nThe players need to find out how the character\u2019s elements can be utilized to solve puzzles. The puzzles feature environmental challenges and superpowers. Rime can darken worlds and freeze objects. On the other hand, Ember can light up the world and melt frozen paths.\r\n\r\nThere are also path navigation and merging of powers to freeze rivers or open secret pathways. Fans may play Degrees of Separation alone where they can control both characters separately while solving a puzzle. It can also be played in a co-op multiplayer, which was released a month ago.\r\n\r\nBased on a recent interview with Avellone, the concept of the love story was presented to him by Moondrop. He said he was drawn to Moondrop\u2019s plan of presenting both the beauty and challenges in relationships. He also admitted that he found it challenging to write Degrees of Separation.\r\n\r\nAvellone told Videogamer, that while narratives in video games are relatively new, its use is getting better. He said being able to work on narratives like Degrees of Separation improves his perspective on writing games.\r\n\r\nHours ahead of its release, Modus Games released Valentine\u2019s Day cards featuring the lovers on Wednesday\u2019s Tweet. It\u2019s also running a game for players where winners could grab a date night package and other prizes. Degrees of Separation will be available for PlayStation4, PC, Xbox One, and Switch.