Seven Dives Into Drowned Past Expansion, PlayStation 4

A release date for isometric open-world RPG Seven: The Days Long Gone, co-developed by Fool’s Theory and IMGN.PRO, has been revealed. Dubbed Drowned Past, the new content will be available free of charge to any current owners of the game on March 26, 2019. With this, the base game is seeing a rerelease for PC, via Steam, in its brand-new Enhanced Edition, which also marks the game’s first console showing, releasing that same day on the PlayStation 4.

Seven: The Days Long Gone released on December 1, 2017. As Teriel, players explore the prison island of Peh, forced by a daemon inhabiting his mind to do his bidding to survive. In Drowned Past, Teriel will run afoul of the Enclave, a group that has discovered the sunken vessel Mamon, unwittingly unleashing a new evil into the world in the process. The developers also promise plenty of behind-the-scenes game fixes along with the update. A new expansion trailer, viewable below, sheds light on Seven‘s gameplay choices, including vertical and parkour elements, as well as the ability to play as stealthily or aggressively as players like.



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