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All Articles: Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy
Your Universe Awaits…
No Man’s Sky was first announced by Hello Games, a small team headquartered in England, way back in 2013. Ever since then, fans have been fervently awaiting the chance to explore the universe in the procedurally-generated space sim. Well, it’s finally time for lift-off as Hello Games added No Man’s Sky to the PlayStation Store yesterday.
Also available to download for the PS4 this week is Indigo Prophecy, one of the first games from Quantic Dreams. Originally released for the PS2 in 2005, the PS4 re-release includes 1080p visuals and full Trophy support. And speaking of PS4 re-releases, Activision and High Moon Studios have brought 2012’s Transformers: Fall of Cybertron to the PS4. This new-generation re-release also includes improved visuals and all three downloadable expansions.
Finally, Sony’s “PSN Play” pick this week is Brutal, a “3D re-imagining of the classic 2D ASCII dungeon crawler.”
As always, more information on all of these titles (and a few other new releases) can be found after the break. And a complete rundown of this week’s new add-ons and discounts is available at the PlayStation Blog. (more…)
After a last-minute delay scuttled its planned July 18 launch, Quantic Dream has announced that Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy will be released for the PS4 on August 9. Like all PS2-On-PS4 re-releases, the game will include 1080p visuals and full Trophy support.
Writing on the PlayStation Blog, Quantic Dream’s Co-CEO, Guillaume De Fondaumiere, shared a bit about the game’s unlikely journey from an untested idea to a bona fide cult classic:
Indigo Prophecy was initially launched in 2005 in partnership with Atari. Looking back, I can say that our team’s serenity and faith in what we were creating was in direct opposition to the skepticism of a great number of people to whom we pitched the game.
This skepticism was so radical that we had to switch publishing partners during the last third of the game’s production. While we were showing off the beta version, a certain group of high-profile professionals even claimed that we would never be able to finish the game!
The reason for this skepticism was that we were creating something radically new, as we were attempting to resolve an equation that many thought was unsolvable: putting the story at the very core of an interactive experience and inventing gameplay that allowed players, through their actions and decisions, to change the way the story unfolds.
Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy was originally released in an “uncut” version internationally, and slightly edited for its North American release. It’s still currently unknown which version of the game will be added to the PlayStation Store next week.
In addition to further revealing Detroit: Become Human, Qunatic Dream had something else to talk about during this year’s E3 Expo. The cinematic developer revealed that Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy will be released for the PS4 next month as part Sony’s PS2-On-PS4 program.
Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy is a mind-bending adventure game that was originally released for the PS2 in 2005. Like all PS2-On-PS4 upgrades, the re-release will include visuals remastered in 1080p and full Trophy support. Priced at $14.99, the game will be available worldwide on July 18 as a downloadable title through the PlayStation Store:
FAHRENHEIT – Indigo Prophecy 1080p Remaster releasing excl. on PS4 PLAYSTATION STORE on 7/18/16. 14.99$, worldwide. pic.twitter.com/Yzwedfxjsk
— QUANTIC DREAM (@QUANTIC_DREAM) June 17, 2016
Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy was originally released in an “uncut” version internationally, and slightly edited for its North American release. It’s currently unknown which version of the game will be added to the PlayStation Store next month.