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Omensight Hits PS4 on May 15th, PS Plus Members Get Pre-order Discount

The next game from the creators of Stories: The Path of Destinies is almost here, and PS Plus members get a 20% pre-order discount with Totally Digital.

Malik Boukhira's Avatar Posted by Creative Director, Spearhead Games

Hello, PlayStation fans! After being extremely coy about our release date at PAX East, we are so happy to finally announce that Spearhead Games’ next action-adventure game, Omensight, will be released on May 15th. The game will be part of Totally Digital and pre-orders will start tomorrow… with a 20% discount for PS Plus members! We’re thrilled to share the brand-new trailer to mark this very special occasion.

Omensight takes the branching narrative structure of Stories: The Path of Destinies and spins it in an interesting new direction. In Stories, our focus was to let players explore all the choices available to them. But in Omensight, we decided that choices should matter more, since the objective is tied to solving a murder mystery leading to the end of the world of Urralia. You will need to pay attention to the hints and clues provided by fellow companions, who are all involved in the murder of the Godless-Priestess Vera in some way. This will help you make the right decisions to progress in your investigation.

Our writers, Nadim Boukhira and Genese Davis, with support from Chris Avellone, spent countless hours crafting an intricate story of conspiracy, mythology, and time-loop for Omensight. They really focused on giving each of the major characters their own distinct personality and motivations, making sure their dialogue included vital clues about the identity of the murderer.

Speaking of characters, we are so honored to have worked with a fantastic cast of voice actors. Julian Casey, who gave a tour-de-force performance as the narrator in Stories, returns to voice the menacing Indrik, Emperor of Pygarian Empire. Patricia Summersett, who’s appeared in multiple Ubisoft games and voiced Zelda in Zelda: Breath of the Wild recently, plays the honorable General Draga and the always-helpful Witch. Leda Davies really brought out the witty, playful side of Ratika, leader of rebels. And last but not least, Lateef Martin is Ludomir in the game and in real life, a big guy with a heart of gold.

We hope you’ll enjoy the story and the characters of Omensight as much as we enjoyed bringing them to life when the game releases on May 15th!

Totally Digital 2018

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KingRiegz said:

April 23rd, 9:07 am

I had so much fun with Stories. Biggest complaint was that there wasn’t much to revisit once you unlocked the true ending. Still, it was a novel experience for the few hours it takes to get through everything.

Wingman_SRK said:

April 23rd, 9:14 am

Stories was really fun. One sight is looking great, too!

Otterpoet said:

April 23rd, 10:44 am

Even this brief glimpse shows how deep and beautiful the game is. Definitely on my to-buy list.

viceforce said:

April 23rd, 11:46 am

played this at PAX East and was very impressed. You just got yourself a buyer.

SavoyPrime said:

April 23rd, 3:11 pm

Though I didn’t hate Stories, the repetition really killed the overall experience for me. But this seems worth keeping on my radar for now.

Tomoprime said:

April 24th, 1:54 am

I hate to say it but from a glance Oversight looks kind of crude when comparing it to Stories: The Path of Destinies.

ladyara said:

April 24th, 2:09 pm

Looks interesting and fun, I like the time twist.. but is it on the store to pre-order now? Can’t find it in USA store.

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