After 13 years PC struck from Germany stands for PlayStation, Xbox and Change
It took 13 years, but a role-playing classic from Germany still discovers its way to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Change. Fans don't have to wait long for the RPG hit to return.
RPG hit from Germany comes for consoles
On October 2, 2009, Risen was launched for Xbox 360 and PC. An overall of 13 years later there is now a new release for other platforms. Owners of a PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Nintendo Change will be able to plunge into the experience on the Vulcan Island of Faring on January 24th.
Publisher The Nordic has actually revealed that Risen will lastly run smoothly and filled with quality on the consoles. There is likewise an upgrade for the PC version so that players can likewise play with game pad there. In North America, a physical variation of the RPG for PlayStation 4 and Change is released exclusively at GameStop. Nevertheless, there is still no information on whether or in what kind a comparable release will also be made in Germany (source: The Nordic).
Risen: Trailer for PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Change
Xbox, PlayStation and Change: Console gamers get an RPG hit
The RPG also attains a rating of 77 and a user rating of 8.1 on Metacritic. The variation for the Xbox 360 rating significantly even worse with a rating of 60 and a user rating of 6.6.
On October 2, 2009, Risen was released for Xbox 360 and PC. Owners of a PlayStation 4, Xbox One or Nintendo Switch will be able to plunge into the experience on the Vulcan Island of Faring on January 24th.
Risen was established by the German developer Piranha Bytes and is thought about the intellectual follower to the popular Gothic series. The place of action is the island of Faring, which is terrorized by monsters. With personnel, magic or sword, you can protect yourself versus the threats and also aerate the riddle of the mysterious earthquakes on the island.
In North America, a physical variation of the RPG for PlayStation 4 and Change is released exclusively at GameStop.