Fahrenheit Web site launched
Quantic Dream, the French game studio that created the action-adventure game Omikron: The Nomad Soul, has opened the official Web site for its next game, Fahrenheit.
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Quantic Dream, the French game developer behind Eidos Interactive's 1999 action-adventure game Omikron: The Nomad Soul , has launched the official Web site for its next game, Fahrenheit. The new Web site contains some general information about the game's features and storyline, along with a gallery of new screenshots.
Fahrenheit will be an interactive adventure game broken into a series of episodes. The game's episodes will follow the formula used by many television series, including recurring heroes, an ongoing storyline, and cliffhangers to keep the audience waiting for more. The episodes will be released monthly.
Players will have the chance to assume the role of different characters in the story, including the murderer and the police officer assigned to the case. The game follows the story of a series of mysterious killings in New York City committed by ordinary citizens with no previous criminal record.
Fahrenheit will use Quantic Dream's proprietary ICE 3D game engine, which supports advanced effects such as real-time specular lighting and self-shadowing. The game's first episode is scheduled for release in the second quarter of 2002. For more information, visit the game's new official Web site.