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Indigo Prophecy Is Coming To PlayStation 4 In 1080p With Trophy Support

by Kyle Hilliard on Jun 17, 2016 at 06:51 AM

Quantic Dream, known for Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls, and the upcoming Detroit: Become Human, will be offering a look at its roots this July with the release of Indigo Prophecy (known as Fahrenheit outside of North America) on PlayStation 4.

The game will play in 1080p and offer Trophies, but is not a port of the remastered version that released on Steam early last year. Instead, it's an upgraded port of the PlayStation 2 version of the game and is part of the PlayStation 2 classics library of games currently releasing on PlayStation 4.

For more on Quantic Dream's next game, Detroit: Become Human, which was show extensively at E3, head here.

[Source: @QUANTIC_DREAM]

 

Our Take
Indigo Prophecy was way ahead of the curve in terms of the narrative formula Telltale and comparable games use today. It was a big surprise that I was lucky enough to stumble upon right when it came out. I remember my dorm room mates asking that I not play the game when they weren't around because they didn't want to miss any of the story – an anomaly for games in 2005. I imagine the game hasn't aged particularly well over the last 10 years, but it's one I wouldn't mind revisiting.