Dead Man's Diary Now Available for PlayStation 5
Germany, Erfurt, January 25, 2024 | TML-Studios today released the narrative-driven survival adventure Dead Man's Diary for PlayStation 5. The captivating adventure game immerses players in a survivor's journey through a post-apocalyptic world and is now digitally available on the PlayStation Store for € 29,99 / $ 32,99.
Gamers will be captivated by the visually stunning and graphically advanced environments, ranging from dark forests to desolate industrial ruins. Dead Man's Diary has evolved significantly since its initial release on PC and Xbox consoles, thanks to the continual enhancements by TML-Studios. In Dead Man's Diary for PlayStation 5 the team is using the latest version of the Unreal Engine and players also benefit from more help in the game world.
The latest trailer
PlayStation 5 Version Highlights:
- Upgraded to Unreal Engine 5 for a superior gaming experience.
- Integration of Unreal Engine 5's advanced Lumen lighting technology.
- Integrated in-game hints for enhanced guidance.
- An optional dynamic help system to facilitate smoother gameplay.
- Refined interaction mechanics with environmental objects.
- PS5 Exclusive: DualSense™ wireless controller features for immersive gameplay.
About the Game: Dead Man's Diary offers a distinctive mix of gameplay elements from various genres. It elevates the classic survival genre with intricate crafting, exploration of hostile terrains, and essential survival tasks like finding shelter and food. Additionally, it incorporates a compelling storyline and realistic puzzles. Set in a post-nuclear world, the protagonist, a bunker dweller, is forced to venture into the outside world due to dwindling supplies. Unarmed and vulnerable, he navigates the treacherous, secret-laden landscape of this post-apocalyptic realm.
About the Technology: Utilizing the latest version of the Unreal Engine, the game effortlessly brings to life desolate landscapes with a striking level of realism. TML Studios' prior experience with this engine, evident in projects like The Bus, has been instrumental in developing Dead Man's Diary, employing proven internal processes and a skilled team.
The game's stunning visuals are paired with high-quality audio production, unfolding the narrative through the protagonist's intense internal monologues and diary entries, set against a backdrop of emotive music.
About TML-Studios: Based in Erfurt, TML-Studios, established in 2004 by Thomas Langelotz, is renowned for creating high-quality simulation games like The BUS and Tourist Bus Simulator. As one of Germany's most seasoned game developers, TML-Studios also operates its unique radio station: https://doublebass.fm/.