What Remains of Edith Finch Font

About What Remains of Edith Finch Font

What Remains of Edith Finch is a first-person narrative adventure video game published by Annapurna Interactive for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 4.

The main logo of the video game features a Venetian serif which is very similar to Softmaker’s Stratford Serial Bold, originally designed by Freda Sack in 1979. The “What Remains of” part of the logo appears to be Nobility Casual by Digital Graphic Labs.

Update: Giant Sparrow, the developer of the video game, notified us via a twitter comment that the main logo font was Scenario Bold. Stratford Serial Bold is a similar font but Scenario Bold is an exact match!

Set in Scenario Bold Font

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Scenario Typeface in Use

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