Game On: lifeless Planet by @SerenityForge is headed to the PS4

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While seeking life on a distant planet, an astronaut discovers an abandoned Russian town. He suspects his mission is a hoax until a mysterious young woman saves him from a strange and deadly phenomenon…

INSPIRED BY CLASSIC SCIENCE FICTION

Lifeless Planet was inspired by Cold War era science fiction stories, posing questions about humankind’s desire for space travel. What if you journeyed across the galaxy to another planet, only to find humans had already been there? What kind of person would sign up for a one-way mission, leaving behind planet Earth and everyone they’ve ever known and loved… to go in search of an Earth-like planet?
A portion of the PS4 sales will go towards science education. Both Stage 2 Studios and Serenity Forge seek to integrate education with gaming, which is why we partnered up with Stage 2 Studios to publish the game on PS4.

Lifeless planet is available on the following platforms: PC, Mac, Xbox One

Ratings for Xbox Premier Edition:

  • ESRB (USA): (T) Violence, Blood
  • PEGI (Europe): (12) Horror, Bad language, Violence
  • USK (Germany): 12 and above
  • COB (Australia): (M) Science fiction themes

Lifeless Planet: Premier Edition on Xbox One will be priced at $19.99 (US) £15.99 (UK) €19.99 (Europe) and will be on sale at 20% off ($15.99) for a limited time to celebrate the launch on Xbox One!

Let us know what you think about Lifeless Planet in the comment section below.

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