Kaizen Game Worlds and Fellow Traveller (with the latter being the publisher) will bring the game, having been available for a while on PC and Nintendo Switch, to four more consoles.
Indeed, Paradise Killer has been available on Nintendo Switch and PC (Steam) since September 4, 2020, but it’s now heading to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One with expanded content. Here’s the overview of what the new consoles will offer: “The Xbox Series X|S and PlayStation 5 versions will see the detective adventure expanded and improved with a suite of current-gen console feature support including 4K resolution at 60 frames per second, ray tracing, super-fast loading, Xbox Smart Delivery, haptics and a “day/night” lightbar cycle for PlayStation 5’s DualSense Wireless controller, and much more.
All available versions of Paradise Killer, including the PC and Switch versions released in 2020, will also feature new content, including new music, mysterious new beings, quests, rewards, collectables, and Steam achievements for PC players as general performance enhancements. Alongside this exciting new content, the game will release on the Epic Games Store for the first time.”
There’s also a new compilation album planned: “Kaizen Game Works will also release a new compilation album alongside the game on March 16. Entitled “About That… Paradise Killer B-Sides” the album will feature new tracks composed by Barry “Epoch” Topping, which will be featured in the new version of the game*, vocal arrangements, remixes, and bonus tracks. The full tracklisting is as follows: Moonrise Rapture, About That…, Unlimited∞Luv, Misunderstand, To The Heart [Vocal Version], House of Bliss [Vocal Version], 08:00 ~ Another Last Day, Leaving [Piano Arr.], Lady Blue [MEEBEE & Okumura. Remix], Christmas With U, About That… [Instrumental], Paradise (Stay Forever) [Instrumental].”
The detective game, set on Paradise, an island that regenerates every few millennia, won’t make us wait long, as it is coming for Xbox and PlayStation players, as Paradise Killer will be available on PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One from March 16. The question is: who committed the murder behind closed doors, and why is this misguided human civilisation trying to resurrect dead alien gods…?