Close to the Sun to be published by Wired Productions

Storm in a Teacup's survival horror game.

Close to the Sun

Wired Productions will publish Storm in a Teacup’s survival horror game Close to the Sun for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in 2019, the company announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via Wired Productions:

About

Close to the Sun is a horror game that takes place at the end of 19th century on a mysterious ship complex created by Nikola Tesla for the sake of knowledge.

In this alternative version of history, his scientific breakthroughs have already had a major impact on the world.

You’re Rose, a young journalist looking for your sister and, as you approach this enormous and glorious complex for the first time, you quickly realize that something there has gone wrong …

Key Features

  • First-person horror adventure where surviving is everything
  • Problem-solving in order to progress the story: just what happened on board Tesla’s ship?
  • Danger aplenty as Rose pieces together just what happened, having no real means to defend herself
  • Teamwork with an ally who helps Rose navigate her way through the ship’s artistic halls
  • Nerve inducing exploration – defenseless and weaponless, the keys to Rose’s survival are running, hiding, and quick thinking
  • Explore a visually stunning environment Built in Unreal Engine 4.

Watch a trailer below. View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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