Inspired by real events, it’s time to head to the Russian nuclear submarine K-141 Kursk, all in order to hunt down secret info about some new revolutionary torpedoes, and to try to uncover the mysteries of what happened on the sub K-141!
Kursk from Forever Entertainment is the first ever adventure and documentary game that has been inspired by events from the real world, as you head under the waves and bear witness to some of the most dramatic events that shook the world at the time.
Available right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, Kursk sees you assuming the role of a spy who has some how managed to infiltrate the Russian sub, K-141 Kursk. Your task is a simple one – hunt down the secrets within. What could possibly go wrong?
Priced at £16.74, Kursk will see you living out history as you experience the fateful voyage of a sub that eventually ended up at the bottom of the Barents Sea. Taking in the action through a first person perspective, Kursk promises to deliver a world focused on 2000’s Moscow, Vidayevo and the Oscar II-class sub.
Whatever happens under the waves though isn’t likely to be as straightforward as first seems. There is a fine line between gathering up intelligence, working your way in with the most important people, and getting caught as a spy. And honestly, we don’t think you want to get found out.
With decisions aplenty, Kursk promises to go somewhere very few games do and so if you find an appeal in that, we’d advise you spend a bit of time at the Xbox Store, taking home a download of the game on Xbox One or Xbox Series X|S.
Of course, our full review may well be worth taking in first. It’ll be live very soon.
KURSK is the first ever adventure and documentary video game inspired by real events