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Still Wakes the Deep brings Eldritch horrors to Xbox Game Pass, PlayStation and PC

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Still Wakes The Deep – now on Game Pass, Xbox, PlayStation, PC

Scotland, 1975. You are in deep, deep, trouble. On board the rapidly collapsing Beira D oil rig, sirens are blaring and monsters are appearing from out of the shadows. Your job is to escape with all of your crew in one piece, and do whatever you can not to be taken out by the horrors that lurk…

Horror Aficionados

Coming to you from The Chinese Room – developers of narrative adventures such as Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture and Dear Esther, and famed horror title Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, this first-person psychological horror is something of a return to type. If there’s anyone that can create a captivating and thrilling horror experience, it’s certainly these guys.

Available now on Xbox, PlayStation and PC – and launched day-one onto Xbox and PC Game Pass – Still Wakes the Deep will have you fully immersed in a story of tension, mystery and downright scares, as you navigate this sinking platform.

Don’t think you’ll start to feel safe behind the use of weapons or powerful abilities. Nope, this is simply a case of flight; no fighting involved. The only tools you have at your disposal are those legs, so get running!

Want to know more? Our full review of Still Wakes the Deep on Xbox is live. 

Key Features

  • LIVE THE HORROR – An immersive disaster story aboard a stunningly-realised North Sea oil rig, starring an authentic cast of Scottish actors. Experience the beauty and ferocity of the sea as it rips apart one of humanity’s strongest structures and its steadfast crew.
  • ESCAPE THE RIG – No weapons. No powers. Just your wits and determination. Struggle for survival on an unstable oil rig, where one wrong step could be your last.
  • FACE YOUR FEARS – Something has turned your home into a nightmare, where the familiar becomes threatening, and where a noise in the dark fills you with dread. Resist the urge to turn back. Confront the unknown.

Play Today!

If you dare jump into the waters, you can now play Still Wakes the Deep on Xbox Series X|S, PS5 and PC. The game will cost you £29.99 via the Xbox Store, and remember that it is playable free of charge on Xbox and PC Game Pass. 

Still Wakes the Deep will not be available to play on Xbox One or PS4.

Game Description

STILL WAKES THE DEEP is a return to the first-person narrative horror genre for The Chinese Room, creator of critically acclaimed games such as Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, and Dear Esther.

You are an off-shore oil rig worker, fighting for your life through a vicious storm, perilous surroundings, and the dark, freezing North Sea waters. All lines of communication have been severed. All exits are gone. All that remains is to face the unknowable horror that’s come aboard.

Search for your crew and help them survive if you can. Run, climb, and swim through the flooding corridors and storm-lashed outer decks. Face a terrifying, unrelenting foe. And pray that, one day, you get to see your family again.

The Chinese Room – with its reputation for world-class world-building, audio, writing, and acting – delivers a symphony of action, trepidation, tender emotions, and awe.

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