Unheard – Voices Of Crime Edition, the critically acclaimed PC narrative mystery game from NExT Studio and 505 Games, is now available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch.
This console edition features the original Unheard game along with a bonus mystery case to solve, something that has gone down extremely well on Steam since 2019, gathering up tens of thousands of Overwhelmingly Positive reviews. It allows players to become an Acoustic Detective, solving crime scenes by listening to past conversations with a unique aural device.
Taking the press blurb as read and it could be said that Unheard – Voices Of Crime Edition is unlike any other game on the market, offering an innovative and fresh experience that puts players in the role of a fly on the wall, eavesdropping on conversations and piecing together clues to solve crimes. It’ll have them utilising a special device, as players can listen to the conversations of characters from past crime scenes, helping them discover the truth and match names to voices.
Unheard – Voices of Crime features an open-ended narrative mystery that allows players to explore the story and piece together the puzzle in their own way. Don’t expect to be thrown tons of clues though, and instead you’ll need to observe and listen to events as they unfold, with anyone being the culprit, and key clues being revealed at any point. Neatly, the order of the story is entirely up to the player.
Unheard – Voices Of Crime Edition is available on Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4, and Nintendo Switch for £8.74. The Xbox Store will sort you out.
If you wish to know more, keep an eye out for our review soon. And let it be known that 505 Games is also working on a Traditional Chinese localization and will announce release dates for PlayStation, Nintendo Switch and Xbox in Hong Kong and Taiwan soon.
Unheard – Voices of Crime Edition contains the original Unheard game, an innovative experience that puts players in the role of Acoustic Detectives investigating crime scenes using a new aural device that allows them to hear voices from the past. The voices they hear will help them identify potential suspects and solve the mysteries. What is it that’s connecting seemingly unrelated cases? This edition also contains “The Lethal Script” case that will have the detectives investigating a movie industry mystery on The Peak Hotel. Put on your headphones and step back into the past. Use the voices you hear to return to crime scenes, tracking down each individual involved and solving the cases. But where do the voices come from? Can you trust what you hear? And what’s the mysterious thread weaving all of these cases together?