Canberra-based independent developer, Uppercut Games, is delighted to announce the launch of Submerged: Hidden Depths on Steam, EPIC Games Store, Xbox systems, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5 today.
Sun, sea, and silence. In the post-apocalyptic yet stunning world of Submerged: Hidden Depths protagonists Miku and Taku must explore a sunken city, scaling the ruins of skyscrapers and the remains of a lost civilization to free it from the entrapment of a dark mystery and discover what happened. What remains of the city creates an eerie contrast in Submerged: Hidden Depths as players discover the full richness and beauty of the world, while feeling the emptiness of only the siblings being there to see it.
As a non-combat game, Submerged: Hidden Depths uses tension and relaxation to maintain the atmosphere throughout the game. A significant contributor to that is the delicate soundtrack from BAFTA-Award Winner Jeff Van Dyck, which resonants around the abandoned city, enhancing the player’s full sensory experience.
“It’s remarkable to reflect on our time with Submerged: Hidden Depths. Starting out on Google Stadia to now seeing it launch on PC and console.”, remarked Ed Orman, Co-founder of Uppercut Games “As a team we’ve often found ourselves stretching and learning in creating our games, and Submerged: Hidden Depths was no different. Expanding on what we started in Submerged has been a joy, especially as we’ve been able to stay true to that sense of relaxploration that was at its core.”.