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Silence Playable Demo is Released for Windows

Silence Playable Demo is Released for Windows

Silence Playable Demo is Released for Windows

Daedalic has also made a launch trailer available


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Silence To Speak Up Later This Month – November 7, 2016

Grab the Silence playable demo for Windows and discover parts of the picturesque modern adventure by Daedalic Entertainment before the game’s official release. Although limited, the demo will provide players with first impressions of the world between life and death.

In Silence, you’ll join Noah and little sister Renie in an exciting, emotionally-gripping story of contrasts between serenity and danger. Meet fascinating characters such as Spot, an enchanted caterpillar who helps Noah and Renie on their journey.

The game features elaborately-designed 3D characters, lavish 2D backgrounds, three playable characters and up to 12 hours of gameplay.

Silence will be released November 15th for Windows, Mac, Linux, Xbox One and Playstation 4.

Karla Munger

Karla Munger

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