Somerville Will Make Its Way to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 This August

Jumpship has recently decided to launch its sci-fi adventure game Somerville on PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4. The game, initially released on Xbox Series, Xbox One, and PC via Steam, Epic Games Store, and Microsoft Store on November 15, 2022, is now set to hit PlayStation platforms on August 31.

Somerville is set in the aftermath of a catastrophic event and follows the story of a family struggling to find their way back to each other amidst an alien invasion. The game is an adventure and a puzzle, requiring players to solve mysteries and overcome obstacles in a landscape transformed by alien sediment.

At its heart, ‘Somerville’ explores large-scale conflict’s intimate, personal consequences. Players are thrust into a world dealing with the aftermath of a global battle with an alien civilization and are tasked with uncovering the motives and methods of the invaders.

The game’s key features include puzzle-solving in an alien-altered landscape, negotiating dangerous encounters, learning from every alien entity, and the potential for multiple endings based on the player’s actions and decisions.

To give future PlayStation players a glimpse into the upcoming experience, Jumpship has released a new trailer (embedded at the top of the article) specifically for the game’s PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 versions.

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