Fahrenheit, also known as Indigo Prophecy in North America, is a debut title of Quantic Dream; which is now getting a physical edition for PS4 on their 15th anniversary.
David Cage led the French developer, focuses on interactive and mysterious dramas and stories since the beginning. Fahrenheit was launched back in the year 2005, and this year marks its 15th anniversary.
To celebrate the same, a collaboration with Meridiem Games has been announced by Quantic Dream to create a special physical version of the game for PS4.
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Meridiem Games is overlooking the boxed edition of the same. It is believed to include a specially created sticker set, case and sleeve, sticker set, artbook, and a letter from the game developers.
On the occasion of its 15th anniversary, the Fahrenheit edition in Europe and Australia will be available from late November for £24.99 / €29.99. However, in the press release, there was no mention about the release in North America.
The game is also available on PlayStation Stores.
The plot of the story centres around serial murders in New York City. It also includes the general public; possessed by a supernatural, destructive force.
The player will have the control of Lucas Kane. Kane was caught while attempting to flee one of the crime scenes where the murder took place; and therefore is being suspected by the law enforcement authorities.
The protagonist, Kane, has absolutely no memory of what took place at the scene of the crime and about the degree of his involvement in the same.
This is the central running mystery and the core of Fahrenheit.
Fahrenheit was first released for PS2, Xbox, and PC back in 2005, and a remastered edition appeared on PS4 in 2016.
Previous productions are Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls, or Detroit: Become Human.
Fahrenheit is a high-quality cinematic experience that also entails several dialogue options, enthralling narratives, and real-time events. In some cases, one might also have to engage in solving murder mysteries.