‘Unheard’ is a New Detective Game That Arrives for Consoles

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505 Games, a publisher of video games based in Milan, Italy, and NEXT Studios, an indie games developer located in Shanghai, China, have announced with great enthusiasm that their popular sound-based detective game, “Unheard,” is now available for consoles globally through digital stores, according to TGG.

The console edition of the game includes the original “Unheard” experience, which allows players to become Acoustic Detectives, exploring crime scenes using an innovative audio device that enables them to hear voices from the past. Additionally, players can enjoy an extra bonus mystery case to solve, adding to the game’s intrigue and excitement.

Unheard is an immersive detective game that transports you to the past to solve crime scenes by eavesdropping on conversations. You’ll use a unique device to listen in on the characters’ conversations, gathering clues and insights that will help you piece together the mystery. Unlike other detective games, you won’t control any character or have a visual representation of the scene. Instead, you’ll rely solely on your listening skills to follow the story as it unfolds.

The game challenges you to match names to voices and determine how each character is connected to the case. With every conversation you hear, you’ll uncover new leads, motives, and suspects until you finally unravel the truth. Get ready to put your detective skills to the test in Unheard, an innovative and captivating game that will keep you on the edge of your seat.

Whether playing on PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, or the Nintendo Switch, gamers can now fully immerse themselves in the fascinating world of “Unheard” and put their detective skills to the test. As for PC gamers, the title is already available on that platform since 2019, whether we’re talking about Windows computers or MacBooks.

Cristian Antonescu
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