PlayStation 2 interactive movie/game Fahrenheit comes out on PlayStation 4 next week, on 10th August.
Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls developer Quantic Dream is releasing a remastered version of its 2005 sci-fi thriller Fahrenheit (or Indigo Prophecy, as it's known in North America) on PS4 18th July.
Priced at $14.99 (so about £9.99 in the UK), Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered will feature 1080p resolution. And if it's anything like the Steam version of the remaster, it will be based on the uncensored European version of the original game, which contains an extra sex scene.
Fahrenheit uses Quantic Dream's familiar choose-your-own-adventure design wherein players assume the role of a man who ostensibly killed someone but has no memory of it, and a detective investigating the murder.
A remastered edition of David Cage's 2005 adventure Fahrenheit (or Indigo Prophecy as it's known in North America) is getting a remastered edition for PC and Mac.
Leaked on Amazon [since removed], this spruced up HD edition, dubbed Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy Remastered, is due on 29th January and will cost $9.99 (about £7) for a Steam key.
This remastered version will feature enhanced visuals that can be toggled on or off along with full controller support and a "fully orchestrated" soundtrack.
Video game marketers in the US are too conservative and often struggle to sell story-driven titles, according to Heavy Rain creator and Quantic Dream boss David Cage.
Sony is giddy with excitement after revealing a new collaboration with Fahrenheit developer Quantic Dream.
A playable demo for Fahrenheit, Atari's forthcoming paranoramal thriller for PC and consoles, is now available for download.