the sinking city xbox one

The Sinking City is threatening to destroy you from the inside when it releases on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come June 27th 2019 – or at least it does if you believe the latest gameplay trailer.

One of our most anticipated titles of the next few months, The Sinking City from Frogwares has been in development for a decent old while, pushed back from a previous release in order to find a home on Xbox One, PS4 and PC this June.

Throwing us into a story-rich, free investigation experience that is set firmly in a twisted H.P Lovecraft inspired universe, The Sinking City lets us step into Oakmont, Massachusetts – a place that is found suffering decay and rot from unprecedented supernatural floods. This is shown off brilliantly with the latest gameplay trailer – that of Rotten Reality – as Frogwares show off some never before seen footage that focuses on the H.P. Lovecraft inspired horror and insanity that runs rampant through the city of Oakmont.

Playing things out as private investigator Charles W. Reed, this is the world in which you find yourself slowly going insane from your own demons, needing you to utilise your detective skills to reveal the truth behind the unfathomable powers gripping you, the city, and its deranged citizens.

If you wish to get a closer look at the darkness and insanity that holds the city together, then make sure you check out the latest trailer below, leaving your thoughts and comments about this stunning looking game in the section below.

And then hold tight for the launch of The Sinking City on Xbox One, PS4 and PC come June 27th 2019. We’ll be sure to let you know when that time arrives. If you like what you are seeing though and wish to get your money in early, hit up the pre-order pages for The Sinking City on Xbox One. Both a Standard Edition (£49.99) and a Necronomicon Edition (£59.99) are available, with the latter including some rather lovely extra DLC bits and bobs.


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