Become Your Own Worst Enemy in ECHO, Out Now For PC
Creepy A.I. architects Ultra Ultra (ex-IO Interactive) today announce their debut game, ECHO, a nightmare-fuelled sci-fi adventure, is available now for PC. The previously announced PS4 version will now be available in early October, so keep those peepers peeled!
Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones, The Good Fight) provides the voice of player-character En, alongside Nick Boulton (Hellblade: Senua’s Sacrifice, Mass, Effect series) as the voice of London, a sentient starship that brings her to The Palace – a bizarre structure, deep in the depths of space. As The Palace begins to generate deadly copies of En, you must use all of your wit and cunning to outmaneuver and outsmart the deadliest enemy of all: yourself.
You can see them both in action in The Voices trailer.
ECHO is a third-person sci-fi adventure where the game shifts, changes and adapts as you do: if you sneak, enemies will get stealther, if you shoot, they will shoot back. ECHO follows callow space traveler En, played by Rose Leslie (Game of Thrones, The Good Fight), who, after a century of stasis, arrives at a mysterious Palace hidden in the depths of space with the hopes of bringing back a life that should not have been lost. En soon finds that The Palace has manifested reflections, or echoes, of herself, watching and studying her every move as the player unravels an emotional story of introspection and discovery.
Ultra Ultra today announced that their sci-fi adventure game and debut title, ECHO, is available now for STEAM, with the PlayStation 4 version coming in early October.