Ubisoft has today announced the development of Myst IV: Revelation. The adventure game, which is currently scheduled for release this fall, will see players investigating the mysterious disappearance of a young girl as they venture deep inside the worlds of two evil brothers named Sirrus and Achenar.
"Myst IV: Revelation will be a welcome addition to the Myst franchise, strengthening what is already a worldwide leader in the adventure category," said Alain Corre, Ubisoft's managing director for Europe, Asia Pacific, and South America. "We are now back to the roots with this new opus--in perfect line with the first trilogy of games, Myst, Riven, and Myst III: Exile. Myst IV: Revelation will be the first Myst game to be developed in our own Ubisoft Montreal studio, and we are extremely proud of this."
"Myst IV: Revelation will take players into the twisted minds and worlds of two evil brothers--deep inside an intense family drama--and immerse them within a visually stunning environment," added Genevieve Lord, producer at Ubisoft. "The game is simply a must-have for Myst fans and will also appeal to new players. The suspenseful storyline, compelling puzzles, and music--featuring a new track by Peter Gabriel as well as a score produced by Jack Wall--will create an unparalleled experience."
We'll bring you more information on Myst IV: Revelation as soon as it becomes available. In the meantime, you might want to check out the game's official Web site, which was launched today.