Torment: Tides Of Numenera Celebrates Worldwide Release Today
Harrowing Truths Revealed in Launch Trailer for the Eagerly Awaited Science-Fantasy RPG, Now Available on Windows PC, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One
Wroclaw, Poland – February 28, 2017 – inXile Entertainment and Techland Publishing are excited to announce today that Torment: Tides of Numenera, the highly-anticipated and massively-crowdfunded science-fantasy RPG, has officially launched worldwide on Steam and Windows PC and for the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system as well as Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft. A brand-new trailer has been released today to celebrate the full debut of Torment: Tides of Numenera, introducing the game’s premise, and giving fans and prospective players alike a taste of the profound and philosophical questions invoked by the game’s themes of choice and consequence as well as death and rebirth.
Please view the full launch trailer at: https://youtu.be/cKwRev64-PI
Developed by the creators of the all-time classic Planescape: Torment, one of the most critically revered CRPGs in gaming history, this science-fantasy RPG explores similar deep and personal topics of abandonment, evanescence, and the legacy we all leave behind. Torment: Tides of Numenera takes place on Earth one billion years in the future, in the rich and diverse Numenera setting created by pen and paper RPG luminary, Monte Cook. Players will experience a game of intricate choices and consequences with thousands of meaningful decisions that will make every playthrough unique.
Key features of Torment: Tides of Numenera:
- EARTH ONE BILLION YEARS IN THE FUTURE: Discover a world built on the ruins of hyper-advanced civilizations capable of tearing holes in time and space, reshaping the continents, and rekindling our dying sun – and claim their relics as your own.
- DEATH IS NOT THE END: When you die, your mind rebuilds itself inside a psychic labyrinth. Wander its paths to unearth long-buried truths and hear stories that cannot be told by the living.
- A GAME OF CHOICE & CONSEQUENCE: Make thousands of meaningful decisions and construct a legacy that will change the lives of untold others. Define your morality beyond mere good and evil, and write your unique story no other player can repeat.
- HANDCRAFTED CONFLICTS: Plan your way through hand-crafted set-pieces which combine battles with environmental puzzles, social interaction, stealth, and more.
For more information on Torment: Tides of Numenera and the various editions available for purchase, please visit the official website at http://tormentgame.com/.
About inXile Entertainment
Founded by long-time industry veteran @BrianFargo in 2002, inXile Entertainment develops interactive entertainment software for all popular game systems, personal computers and wireless devices. Following the critical and commercial success of Wasteland 2, inXile crowdfunded and is currently developing Torment: Tides of Numenera and The Bard’s Tale IV. For more information about inXile Entertainment visit: www.inxile-entertainment.com . Torment is a trademark of inXile Entertainment. Numenera is a trademark of Monte Cook Games LLC.
Founded in 1991, Techland is a renowned independent game developer, distributor, and publisher. The Poland based company is best known for the original Dead Island games, the Call of Juarez series, and Dying Light. Thanks to its proprietary game engine technology, Techland develops top-tier entertainment content for Windows PC, PlayStation®4, Xbox One, Linux, Mac OS X, Android, and iOS. Comprised of four offices in Warsaw, Wrocław, Ostrów Wielkopolski, and Vancouver, Canada, the company is committed to delivering unforgettable experiences and using the latest technology for innovative entertainment. For more information about the company, visit the official website at: http://techland.pl/
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