After 3 years since it entered the world of Steam, the console release date for The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature has been confirmed for March 16th – so put that in your diary. Hidden Trap – in partnership with La Belle Games and ARTE France – made the announcement today that it will enter PlayStation 4 stores in North America on the 15th, but for PS4 and Xbox One users in Europe and the rest of the world, it will be released on the 16th.
This adventure game is your chance to rediscover the world through those wholesome eyes of Mary Shelley’s infamous “monster” in an emotional journey of self-discovery. What’s not to love about this fantasy-like adventure? And if you need reminding about precisely what the game entails, watch the new console trailer for The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature below.
What is The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature about?
You play the famed monster of Doctor Frankenstein and begin your journey in the middle of nowhere, with a minor case of amnesia, with your identity and origins being but a mere mystery to you. As you begin to spend more time with local humans, your confusion starts to rapidly increase, and with each new step of your adventure, new experiences and moments will shape your mind and outlook on this new life of yours. With it all leading to the truthful origins of your very life, will you be able to handle the truth when it comes?
The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature was praised by critics upon its release on Steam just a few years ago, with the game’s emotional story and mesmeric artwork taking most of the plaudits. This is an exciting and innovative reimagining of a great classic of British literature. The game’s dark idealism really contrasts the utopian beauty of the 19th century where it is set. The confirmed console release date for The Wanderer: Frankenstein’s Creature is an excellent opportunity for console gamers to experience this unusual but breathtakingly beautiful indie game very soon. It is available for €14,99 / $14.99 on the 15th and 16th of March, and the experience is well worth it.