Fade to Silence will leave Early Access and will be fully released on April 30th

Black Forest Games has announced that Fade to Silence will leave Early Access on the PC on April 30th. Fade to Silence is a survival game in which players take the role of Ash, a natural but tormented leader. In that role players explore a post-apocalyptic, frozen wasteland to gather the resources necessary to establish a refuge for survival.

Here are the key features of the new content that was added to Fade to Silence.

  • Implemented final story line, telling the story of Ash, his daughter Alice and the apocalypse
  • Implemented dream sequences when main character (Ash) is resting
  • Completely overhauled tutorial phase in the beginning of the game. Optimized on-boarding of first-time players.
  • Added the survival handbook where players can look-up game and survival mechanics
  • Added dream gallery where players can watch the unlocked dream sequences in chronological order.

Fade to Silence promises to introduce the many dynamics of a harsh winter climate to a complex, character-driven, group survival experience. The dynamic weather system adds to the immersion of survival in a cold, corrupted world. Survival depends on how well the players read weather patterns, and if they come to the right conclusion – look for shelter or press home. The dynamic snow displacement leaves a realistic path by both player character and NPC. This telltale sign will tell you regions where it is good to hunt and regions where monsters are roaming.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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