Released on PC and Xbox 360 last November, FPS action-adventure game from The Farm 51 will hit PS3 (via PSN) this Summer. Subtitled Heart of the Atlantis, this edition of Deadfall Adventures comes with upgraded gameplay and graphics, new locations, boss fights, cutscenes, co-op DLC mode and more.
A NEW ACTION-ADVENTURE GAME HITS
THE PLAYSTATION®3 COMPUTER ENTERTAINMENT SYSTEM THIS SUMMER
AS THE FARM 51 ANNOUNCES ‘DEADFALL ADVENTURES: HEART OF ATLANTIS’
GLIWICE, POLAND, July 11, 2014 – Integrating a perfect dose of adventure gameplay into a first-person shooter game, The Farm 51, a talented independent video game developer, today announced that Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis, is coming to the PlayStation®3 system this summer.
It’s an action-packed journey played out on a great scale as Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis puts you into the boots of James Lee Quatermain, the world’s premier treasure hunter with a knack for adventurer . . . and trouble!. Head off into remote and inaccessible regions of the world in your quest to find lost riches and perhaps even rescue a damsel or two in distress from the clutches of enemies both earthly and not-so-earthly. As the story unfolds, Quatermain finds himself enmeshed in a treasure hunt across the globe. From the stormy deserts of Egypt to the icy depths of the Arctic and all the way to the steaming jungles of Guatemala, our hero struggles to retrieve an ancient and cherished artifact - The Heart of Atlantis!
A new experience for PlayStation 3 owners, Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis features a unique adventure dynamic with a scintillating storyline full of puzzles and variety of missions sure to satisfy even the most demanding fans of adventure games. Following the successful release of its predecessors, the PlayStation 3 version includes tons of new and exclusive content and significant gameplay improvements:
• Fully upgraded gameplay and graphics;
• New location and secrets to explore;
• Exclusive Survival/Co-op DLC mode with two additional maps for PS3™ owners;
• New boss fights;
• New cut-scenes and improved visuals of original ones;
• Improved leveling system;
• Completely new notepad system;
• New flashlight burst attack;
• And much more!
“’Deadfall Adventures’ was one our most ambitious project to date and although it was well-received by players, we wanted to ensure that the PS3™ version took the franchise to a higher level,” said Artur Falkowski, Producer at The Farm 51. “We’re all fans of the adventure genre and we wanted Deadfall Adventures: Heart of Atlantis to be the kind of a game that we would play as fans, so in many ways it is a completely new game, not just new version. With exclusive content and new modes, we are pleased to introduce a great adventure game to PS3™ owners this summer”
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