Nordic Games’ eagerly awaited Deadfall Adventures is out today and cranks up the meaning of the term ‘adventurer’ to a whole new level in this action-driven, death-defying epic voyage.
Nordic Games has also released the final of three location gameplay trailers, this time set in the jungles of Guatemala.
Delving into the depths of the Mayan jungle, the trailer reveals the exotic yet hazardous surroundings that the charismatic protagonist James Lee Quatermain has to fight his way through. Players trawling through the ruins of the temples will come across dark supernatural life forms, while being exposed to challenging ancient puzzles in order to locate the Heart of Atlantis.
“The variety of locations, coupled with elements of exploration, action and adventure succinctly conveys the game’s ‘more than its sum-of-parts’ delivery,” said Nik Blower, PR, Marketing & Franchise Director at Nordic Games. “Our three-part videos take people on a taster journey through the stunning locations and deliver the game’s message very well indeed.”
“Directing the vision on our first FPS in the action-adventure genre has been very challenging and rewarding,” said Wojciech Pazdur, Director of Development, The Farm 51. “We felt this first person aspect of the game would give players the chance to explore in the eyes of Quatermain and the challenges he faces, rather than the typical slightly detached third-person view.”
Developed using Unreal Engine 3, Deadfall Adventures is full of spectacular jaw-dropping moments, set in picturesque locations including Egypt, Arctic and forgotten Mayan ruins in the jungles of Guatemala. Along the way, players will encounter fiendish puzzles, deadly traps and stunning set pieces, making this one of the greatest adventures ever told – let alone played.
Deadfall Adventures is out now for Windows PC both digitally and physically and the Xbox 360 video game and entertainment system from Microsoft. The Standard Edition is available from around £34.99 on PC and £44.99 on Xbox 360. The Collector’s Edition is available from around £44.99 on PC and £54.99 on Xbox 360.
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