Deep Silver Inc., a publisher of interactive entertainment software and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Koch Media, and the developer Piranha Bytes today released a North American version of the playable demo for the role-playing game Risen, offering players a chance to get a first impression of some of the adventures that await them on the island of Faranga just before the game itself is launched. Also, the demo allows them to test how well the full version of Risen will run on their PCs.
The demo is available for download at http://risen.deepsilver.com/blog/pages/us/downloads/downloads.php
The Risen demo that accompanies the new RPG from Piranha Bytes lets players experience the dramatic introduction of the game where the nameless hero survives a shipwreck in a storm and lands on the shore of the Island of Faranga. Numerous decisions must be made within the course of the adventure, each one influencing the storyline in different ways. This already becomes quite evident in the demo version. The complete retail version of Risen, which will be available on the market as of tomorrow, will bring you the full game experience.
This epic role playing game is set in a medieval world on a volcanic Mediterranean island, The "Risen" story unfolds over four chapters and will offer multiple ways to develop the story by his own actions and decisions. An innovative and intuitive user control interface will support both casual and hardcore gamers. With full world streaming support, the player will have a seamless experience while playing in a fully simulated game world with authentic characters.
More information about Risen can be found at http://risen.deepsilver.com
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