By Aaron Evangelisti / March 7th, 2019
Submersed is a first-person survival horror game developed by Main Loop, members of the PlayStation Talents program. The player assumes the role of Jack Ballard, a coastguard paramedic responding to a distress call from somewhere in the middle of the ocean. Needless to say not all goes as planned and you have escape while trying to survive the clutches of at least one angry looking shark.
Submersed will be released on the European PlayStation Store on March 27th for €14,99. Digital only, and there’s no mention in the press release of a North American release at this time. Be sure to checkout the trailer and press release below:
SUBMERSED: DIVE INTO THE UNKNOWN ON MARCH 27TH, ONLY ON PS4™ EXCLUSIVE
- Submersed was developed by Basque indie studio Main Loop, members of the PlayStation®Talents program
- Available digital only at the PlayStation®Store on March 27th for €14,99
- Submersed got the “Best Basque Video Game” award at the recent Fun & Serious Game Festival
Madrid, 7 de marzo de 2019. – Sony Interactive Entertainment España (SIE Spain) is pleased to announce that first-person survival horror game Submersed will be out (digital only) as a PlayStation®4 exclusive on March 27th for €14,99 at the PlayStation®Store. Submersed has been developed by Main Loop, a Basque studio member of the PlayStation®Talents project, an incubator programme whose goal is to help to shape the Spanish indie video games scene.
A first-person survival horror game, Submersed pays tribute to many classic video games as well as other classic horror and sci-fi movies. Jack Ballard, a recent widower just arrived as a paramedic at the coastguard service, has to investigate a distress call from a strange structure under the sea in the middle of nowhere. Jack will need to use every one of his skills to make it out of there alive.
Main Loop is the studio responsible for Submersed. José Muñoz and Jasone Irastorza started developing it from their own home in their spare time, until they got into the PlayStation®Talents program which granted them a place at the Bilbao Games Camp, one of the many accelerators that SIE Spain has around the country. The game recently won the Best Basque Video Games award at the Fun & Serious Game Festival, held at Bilbao last December.
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