Gods Will Be Watching Releases On July 24th

Deconstructeam and Devolver Digital announced that upcoming indie thriller Gods Will Be Watching will arrive on July 24th for PC, Mac, and Linux via Steam, Humble, and GOG. The breakout debut game from the pensive minds at Deconstructeam is now available for pre-order through both a standard edition (£6.99) and a collector’s edition (£14.99) that includes the original soundtrack, a digital art book, and a digital comic that serves as the prologue to the haunting events of Gods Will Be Watching.

Gods Will Be Watching is described as a minimalistic “point and click thriller” centered on despair, commitment, and sacrifice as players face intriguing puzzles and tough decisions that will affect their entire crew’s wellbeing.

“Set against the backdrop of an interstellar struggle, Gods Will Be Watching follows Sgt. Burden and his crew in six tense chapters that examine a multitude of mature themes ranging from hostage situations and wilderness survival to biological weapon prevention and agonizing torture scenarios. Players are faced with incredibly difficult ethical and moral choices as their mental fortitude and personal limits are tested to their very limits.”

The Gods Will Be Watching Collector’s Edition includes:

-Gods Will Be Watching Official Soundtrack – More than 20 mesmerizing tracks by composer Fingerspit in high-quality MP3 files.
-Digital Art Book – 50-pages of concept art, digital paintings, and design illustrations from the production and development of Gods Will Be Watching.
-Digital Comic Book – 40-page comic from Dayjob Studio that serves as a prologue to events of Gods Will Be Watching detailing the backstory of Sgt. Burden and Xenolifer.
-Gods Will Be Watching is now available for pre-order with a 10% off discount on the standard game and the Collector’s Edition.

Enjoy!

John Papadopoulos

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