The post-apocalyptic narrative adventure Paradise Lost has been given an official release date and arrives as early as the second half of this month.
All In! Games and PolyAmorous have revealed that the said game will go on sale on March 24th. It will be available for PS4, Xbox One, and PC, and will cost $ 14.99.
For the uninitiated, this is a first-person adventure, set in a cruel, post-nuclear world created by a different outcome of World War II, which did not end in 1945. In the game, we find ourselves in the role of a 12-year-old boy, who wanders the post-nuclear Polish devastation and finds a mysterious Nazi bunker. Exploring his secrets, the boy will have to face all five levels of grief, which will be manifested through dialogues, interaction with other characters, and the environment, so that our choices will gradually affect other characters, but also the visual style of play, environment, and sound effects. How it all looks in practice, you can see below in the new gameplay demonstration, as well as a short trailer released to reveal the release date.