PARADISE LOST: PolyAmorous' Walking Simulator Is Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 24

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PARADISE LOST: PolyAmorous' Unique Walking Simulator Is Coming to PS4, Xbox One, and PC on March 24

The long wait is almost over, as All in! Games has officially announced that Paradise Lost — the Ghostrunner publisher's original post-apocalyptic take on the walking simulator genre — will finally make its debut later this month. In fact, you'll be able to start your Dear Esther–like journey as soon as next week.

Paradise Lost is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on March 24, 2021. If you decide to pre-order the game ahead of it upcoming launch, you will get a 20% discount on XBO and a 34% discount on GOG.com.

Inspired by the history of Poland — mostly the inhuman World War II era — and Slavic mythology, Paradise Lost is a walking simulator set in a ruined Nazi fortification. As a lost boy, you will explore the retrofuturistic structure to find out why you're the only living being — at least at first glance — inside said nuclear bunker.

Paradise Lost is being made by PolyAmorous, a young studio based in Warsaw. According to the team, their debut project won't shy away from sensitive social issues like the clash of civilizations and dealing with grief.

With Paradise Lost hitting stores next week, take a look at its official key art and 2 new trailers down below:


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