In partnership with developer LKA.it, independent games publisher Wired Productions is delighted to announce today that the chilling, first-person psychological adventure game The Town of Light is now available in physical and digital formats. Featuring countless enhancements along with new story-supporting content for its console debut, The Town of Light has arrived on the PlayStation®4 computer entertainment system, Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, and Windows PC. Distribution of the physical edition will be delivered in partnership with THQNordic.
Fans of the game can grab the exclusive The Town of Light Collector’s Edition, which includes never-before-seen behind the scenes footage in addition to a stunning 100-page artbook, from the Wired Productions Store.
“The aim of the project was to talk about mental illness,” said Luca Dalcò, Studio Head and Founder of LKA.it. “This is one of the single biggest issues affecting the day to day lives of people throughout Europe and the world. In telling these stories and today bringing the game to console, we do our part to help de-stigmatise mental illness and raise awareness for the struggle of those who suffer with it.”
“We’re incredibly excited to bring The Town of Light to consoles today,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “In addition to creating a flawless recreation of a real-world location, the game tells a mesmerizing story of the struggles of real people. The game’s grounding in reality is hugely immersive and the quality of the narrative is a testament to the incredible team at LKA.it.”
An enhanced edition of the original, this new release of The Town of Light offers a host of new puzzles, new story-supporting content, reworked voiceover dialogue, additional interactive elements and a huge graphical and UI overhaul that aims to deliver a more polished and immersive experience for its console debut and enhanced Windows PC release. The game also now features the heart-rending track ‘I Will Find You’ from Icelandic singer-songwriter Sóley.