Uncover terrible secrets below the sea when sci-fi survival horror Hidden Deep launches into Steam Early Access on \ January 24th!
Publisher Daedalic Entertainment and developer Cogwheel Software are excited to announce that their sci-fi survival thriller Hidden Deep, set deep below the bottom of the sea in an abandoned research facility and claustrophobic tunnel system, will be released into Early Access on Steam on January 24th, 2022. Players can check out the closed beta right now on Steam. Playtesters will also be able to cooperate with their friends to explore the vast levels for the first time in dedicated coop missions! The beta will run until January 3rd, 2022 at 7 pm CET.
- Gripping, gritty sci-fi story. The story pays homage to many classic games and movies of the 80s and 90s such as Aliens, The Thing from Another World and the first Half-Life game.
- An arsenal of tools – from grappling hooks and scanners to drones, weapons and heavy machinery.
- More than 20 hours of gameplay in Story Mode (to be completed within the game’s Early Access).
- Challenge mode for even more in-depth adventure.
- Local co-op and remote play co-op already available (online co-op will be introduced during the game’s Early Access).
Cogwheel Software is a one-man developer studio based in Poland and founded by Łukasz Kałuski. With a passion for old school sci-fi and horror movies, he aims to bring the same atmosphere to the world of video games with Hidden Deep.
Daedalic Entertainment publishes and develops high-quality games for all platforms. The company has a diverse line-up of high-quality titles, including classic adventures, RPGs, and strategy and multiplayer games. With over 50 employees, Daedalic is currently developing a new line-up of innovative games across consoles, PC and mobile platforms.
Based in Hamburg, Germany, Daedalic is one of Europe’s most acclaimed publishers and developers. With a total of 32 awards in the German Developers Award (including multiple accolades for ‘Studio of the Year’) and 12 German Computer Game Awards for genre-defining games such as Deponia, Edna & Harvey, Silence, Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun, Ken Follett’s The Pillars of the Earth, The Long Journey Home, and State of Mind, Daedalic is a record holder for the two most prestigious game awards in Germany.