Submerged: Hidden Depths, a relaxploration adventure, has been announced to be emerging from the watery grip of Stadia exclusivity. It's now arriving on Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S consoles. Players will be taken to a submerged city to discover its secrets, perhaps uncovering the reasons why anyone thought it was a good idea to make games exclusive on Stadia. It's also the sequel to a first game that we didn't really like, although we did like the sequel's original release.
The players are sibling duo Miku and Taku lost at sea on a fishing boat. They will eventually have to climb crumbling skyscrapers, encounter new creatures and solve puzzles that have been abandoned for who knows how long. All of these things must be completed to slowly piece together the story.
“After creating such a rich and vibrant world in Submerged, we knew we had to return and expand on that sense of sublimity.” commented Ed Orman, Co-founder of Uppercut Games “Submerged: Hidden Depths, while also being a puzzle, combat-free adventure game, is fundamentally about that signature relaxing experience, and the wonder and delight of exploring a stunning world at your own pace. It’s a title close to our hearts and we look forward to sharing the beauty afresh.”
Players will also be able to find upgrades for the boat and cruise through city streets on said boat while spotting new areas to explore. Don't feel pressured to rush, though, as the whole point of this game is to chill and take your time. There's apparently a "sensory fullness" that will see players fully immersed in the world as they (hopefully) enjoy taking everything in.
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