Announced earlier this year during Square Enix’s E3 press conference, The Quiet Man now has a release date and the publisher has also released a lengthy trailer that shows off more of the live-action segments mixed with high-quality CG animations.
The Quiet Man is set to launch digitally on Nov 1 for PS4 and PC for the price of $14.99. If you download the game during the first two weeks of launch, you will be rewarded with a dynamic PS4 theme and eight PlayStation Network avatars. For those that purchase it on PC, you will get some original wallpapers for your PC and smartphone.
You can check out the action-packed trailer below:
From looking at the trailer, we seem to have a better grasp on the overall narrative of the game, but what we don’t know is how it all works together, like the live-action and in-game moments. It seems that a songstress named Lala ends up getting kidnapped by a mysterious masked man and it’s up to our deaf protagonist, Dane, to rescue her, kicking butt and taking names in the process. Square Enix notes that the game can be completed in one sitting and plans to deliver an “immersive story-driven cinematic action experience.”
The Quiet Man launches digitally on Steam and PS4 on Nov 1.