Katowice – August 2, 2016. Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart, one of the most important games from Artifex Mundi, debuts on Sony’s console. This exciting game inspired by pirate movies is the first game by the Polish developer to be released on PS4.
Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart is the first in the series of adventure games about Sarah Black, the fearless curator of a Caribbean museum, and her battle against the legendary Sea Devil. Players will embark on an adventure into the dangerous world of voodoo, hidden treasures, abandoned ruins, ghostly ships full of undead pirates, and cursed, forgotten islands.
This pirate adventure game is the second most popular title from Artifex Mundi after the Enigmatis series. Debuting on PlayStation 4, the game offers an interesting story with great plot twists, as well as difficult puzzles and thematic minigames (Mahjong). Trophy fans can get 16 trophies, including Platinum ones.
Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart has been improved during the porting for PlayStation 4 and has received a dedicated control scheme that allows easy point & click controls using the Dual Shock controller. The user interface has been redesigned with big screens in mind. The game fully utilizes PlayStation Share. Remote play is also possible via PlayStation Vita.
In the near future, Artifex Mundi plans to release more titles, which should make adventure game fans playing on Sony’s console happy.
“I’m happy that we’re joining the PlayStation family with this title, as it’s a big one for us,” says Tomasz Grudziński, CEO of Artifex Mundi. “We’re handing players one of the best games we’ve made. An adventure full of unexpected plot twists, forgotten places, and puzzles that reveal the secrets of the characters and their surroundings. I think that people enthusiastic about uncovering the secrets of the Caribbean and finding hidden treasure will have great fun with Nightmares from the Deep,” he adds.
Nightmares from the Deep: The Cursed Heart will debut on PS4 in Europe and the United States.