b]Myst® IV Revelation [/b]
Montreal Studio Set to "Reveal" the Next Title in the Myst® Franchise
SAN FRANCISCO - April 5, 2004 - Ubisoft, one of the world's largest videogame publishers, today revealed the critically acclaimed and best-selling Myst® franchise will launch its newest adventure, Myst® IV Revelation
, this fall. Peter Gabriel, world-renowned recording artist, worked in collaboration with award-winning composer Jack Wall to create the game's immersive and ambient soundtrack.
"We are excited to announce Myst IV Revelation
and proud that it comes from our own Ubisoft Montreal studios," said Laurent Detoc, president of Ubisoft Inc. "Myst IV Revelation
will only add to the strength of the Myst franchise, which continues to lead the Adventure category in critical acclaim, fan following, and sales."
Within the visually awe-inspiring world of Myst, a gripping family drama will slowly unfold. A little girl disappears, her two brothers are suspected, and it is clear that their story is far from over. Players will escape into the adventure as they attempt to solve the mystery and discover the fate of the two villainous brothers, Sirrus and Achenar. Understanding their motives is the key to the investigation which will lead to a true "revelation."
"Myst IV Revelation
will take players into the twisted minds and worlds of two evil brothers, deep inside an intense family drama, and immerse them within a visually stunning environment," said Genevieve Lord, producer at Ubisoft. "The game is simply a 'must-have' for Myst fans and will also appeal to new players. The storyline is very suspenseful, the puzzles are compelling, and the music, produced by Jack Wall in partnership with Peter Gabriel, will create an unparalleled experience."
Additional launch details and information will be announced at a later date; however, please feel free to visit http://www.mystrevelation.com
[/QUOTE]Thanks for sleuthing out the site launch this morning, Jenny.
So now the chatter starts up on the next Myst title. 2004 just gets better and better for gamers.