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Indigo Prophecy PS4 Version Getting Limited Physical Release

PlayStation 2’s and Xbox’s Indigo Prophecy, or Fahrenheit to audiences exterior of North America, made its approach to PlayStation four through digital rerelease in 2016. Now, 4 years later, a bodily model of the PlayStation four iteration is on the best way. Limited Run Games is dealing with the brand new launch, opening preorders on its website on Friday, April third at 10:00am EST. Those who wish to reap the benefits of the supply would do properly to behave quick, as Limited Run Games plans to shut preorders after 4 weeks.

Limited Run Games introduced the information on its official Twitter web page, although pricing particulars at present stay below wraps. What the packaging itself will entail can be unknown. For occasion, some followers are hoping for a reversible cowl, so each Indigo Prophecy and Fahrenheit can seem on the bodily version’s field artwork.

See the Twitter put up from Limited Run Games beneath, full with a primary have a look at the title’s PlayStation four cowl:

We’re partnering with @Quantic_Dream for a PS4 bodily launch of Indigo Prophecy (referred to as Fahrenheit to followers exterior of North America).

This Limited Run opens for a four-week pre-order at 10am ET on Friday, April third, solely on https://t.co/5Lksol4sqo! pic.twitter.com/9pRtTtf5lt

— Limited Run Games (@LimitedRunGames) March 21, 2020

Indigo Prophecy initially hit shops in 2005, counting as Quantic Dream’s first interactive drama. A magical thriller, the drama’s plot revolves round a sequence of murders in New York, every dedicated by seemingly bizarre individuals who grow to be possessed by some supernatural power. Similar to a different Quantic Dream thriller, Heavy Rain, Indigo Prophecy locations gamers within the footwear of a number of characters to uncover the reality behind the unusual happenings.

[Source: Limited Run Games on Twitter]

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