1080p PS4 Remaster of Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Coming in July

The 2005 PlayStation 2/Xbox game is coming to PlayStation 4 next month, priced at $15.


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E3 2016 may be over, but the news continues. Sony today announced that a remastered version of Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy will launch for PlayStation 4 in July.

The game, which launches digitally worldwide through the PlayStation Store on July 18, will include 1080p graphics, Quantic Dream said on Twitter. It will sell for $15. Here is the art that the developer released for the game:

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A remastered version of Indigo Prophecy was released for PC in January 2015. Asked if this was the same version, the Quantic Dream account succinctly said, "nope."

The new PS4 version is being developed in part by SIEA International Software Development team.

Indigo Prophecy, developed by French studio Quantic Dream, was originally released for PlayStation 2 and Xbox in September 2005.

Quantic Dream's next game is the PlayStation 4 exclusive Detroit: Become Human. For more on that game, check out GameSpot's new coverage of the game from E3 this week.

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