Somerville Alien Invasion Game Set for PlayStation Release on August 31
Somerville, the highly anticipated alien invasion game, is ready to make its debut on PlayStation consoles on August 31. Developed by Jumpship, a studio founded by former Playdead CEO Dino Patti, the game tells the captivating story of a small family fighting to survive an unexpected alien invasion through the art of running and hiding.
This unique indie game has already gained popularity among players due to its lack of dialogue and eerie atmosphere, which contribute to its enigmatic nature. Players are left to interpret the unfolding events and piece together the narrative on their own. What makes Somerville even more intriguing is its multiple endings, each offering different truths about the threat faced by the family.
Although initially released on Xbox and PC last November to positive reviews, Somerville was met with criticism regarding technical performance issues. However, the developers have diligently worked on improving the game’s performance through post-launch updates, ensuring a smoother and more enjoyable gaming experience for players.
Jumpship promises that the PlayStation version of Somerville will be the best one yet. In addition to addressing technical concerns, the game will take full advantage of the DualSense haptic feedback feature, immersing players even further into the alien invasion world.
In a recent review by Game Informer, editor Kyle Hilliard hailed Somerville as the best alien invasion game since Half-Life 2. Hilliard praised the game’s captivating storytelling, atmospheric environments, and the sense of mystery it evokes.
With its upcoming release on PlayStation, Somerville is expected to bring a whole new wave of excitement to fans of the sci-fi genre. Prepare to embark on a thrilling journey like no other as you unravel the sinister secrets of Somerville and fight for survival against an otherworldly threat.
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