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Ghost of a Tale to Scurry Onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in 2019



Ghost of a Tale

Ghost of a Tale will be releasing on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in February 2019, according to its developer SeithCG.

In a statement that began by celebrating the game’s recent Ping Award, Ghost of a Tale‘s developer announced the game’s port, as well as explaining the release window:

Following a discussion with our distributor, we’ve been made aware that releasing the Xbox One version of Ghost of a Tale smack in the middle of the holiday’s season is Not a Good Idea™. That is unless we want it to go totally unnoticed.

Now as you all know we don’t have a publisher. By choice. Which means we’re absolutely independent and as such we can do pretty much what we want. However, we’re still capable of recognizing sound advice when we hear one!

In parallel with this, we have also been informed that the PlayStation 4 version of the game will be ready towards the beginning of the year, for a potential release in February.

So the decision was straightforward: We will do a simultaneous console release of Ghost of a Tale on Xbox One and PS4 in February.

The news also came bundled with a new release trailer, embedded below. Ghost of a Tale received favourable reviews on release, with many outlets captivated by the game’s stellar animation and art direction, especially given that the majority of the game was created by one man, Lionel Gallat.

Thanks for the heads-up, Insight Trending.

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Multiple Hirings at Insomniac Games Spark Rumours of Spider-Man Sequel




Sony Interactive Entertainment has posted an advertisement on LinkedIn for both an audio designer and senior audio designer, sparking rumours of a Spider-Man sequel.

The recent hirings indicate that Insomniac is indeed working on something new for PlayStation fans to enjoy. With Spider-Man being such a massive hit alongside an officially licensed comic expanding on Insomniac’s Spider-verse, players could get a sequel sooner rather than later.

The official job posting requirements for the senior audio designer are as follows:

“Responsible for being an active and key contributor for the creative direction and style for audio assets and workflow processes throughout a production cycle. Creates, edits, and implements game-ready audio. Works closely with the rest of the audio team to maintain a high level of quality and consistency of assets.”

While the job posting does not guarantee a sequel, PlayStation fans can rest easy knowing another juicy exclusive is in the pipeline.

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