Daedalic Entertainment’s upcoming adventure, Silence, will also be released on PlayStation®4: Today, the developer and publisher confirms the release on the Sony console.
Only a short while ago, Daedalic announced their first multi-platform-release with Silence and confirmed the game’s release on Xbox One™.
“We now also have Sony’s approval and we’re looking forward to make Silence available to Playstation®4-players”, says Steffen Boos, Daedalic Entertainment’s studio manager. “This makes Silence a fully fledged multi-platform project; for the first time, we can release a game for the high end current-gen consoles which is an important cornerstone for the company. We strongly believe that narrative-driven games like ours will be well received among console players.”
In Silence players accompany Noah who struggles to find his little sister Renie in the turmoil of war. Against all odds, he manages to follow her, only to find himself alone in Silence, the world he once traveled as Sadwick the clown. There seems to be no way back and Renie is lost in a war-ravaged Silence.
Together with his sister he joins a group of rebels, led by a determined girl named Kyra. They’re the last bastion of resistance against the terrible seekers – mysterious creatures washing over Silence in ever growing numbers, while more and more of the people just seem to vanish. It is on Noah and the player to find a way back home from this dangerous place.
In new, completely 3D-clad visuals, Silence offers plenty of new content for players. On their quest for a way home players indulge in a touching, visually impressive adventure, with many secrets concerning Noah, his sister Renie and the world of Silence waiting to be discovered.
Silence is scheduled for release in late 2015 for PC, Mac, Xbox One™ and PlayStation®4.
About Daedalic Entertainment
Headquartered in Hamburg, Germany, Daedalic Entertainment is a developer of multiplatform narrative-driven games.
The company employs a staff of approximately 100 people, and its famed Writer’s Room, with its cadre of authors, is a unique feature in Germany’s media industry.
Since May 2014, Daedalic Entertainment has been part of the Bastei Lübbe group of companies, and in August 2014, Daedalic opened another development studio in Düsseldorf — dubbed Daedalic Entertainment Studio West.
Over the last few years, Daedalic has earned 21 German Game Developer Awards (incl. “Studio of the Year 2009, 2013”), five German Computer Game Awards (incl. “Best Game 2011”), and more.
Upcoming Daedalic titles such as “Silence” and “The Devil’s Men” will raise the bar for the adventure genre. With “Blackguards” and “Blackguards 2” the company has also set itself up as a key RPG developer.
As a publisher, Daedalic entertainment publishes uncommon and remarkable games like “Divinity: Original Sin”, “Oh my Gore” and “Randal’s Monday.”