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Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition is Available in Europe and Australia

Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition, the classic story-driven interactive drama from Quantic Dream, is out now on PlayStation 4 as retail.

You can get Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition for PS4 if you are in Europe and Australia

Fans of classic story-driven interactive dramas can now also rediscover one of the first highly acclaimed titles from French developer and publisher Quantic Dream. Therefore, the story of Fahrenheit follows Lucas Kane who finds himself hunted by police detectives Carla Valenti and Tyler Miles. After fleeing the scene of a murder with no memory of what happened. What follows, is a thrilling, story-driven adventure where your choices have a direct effect on how the story unfolds.

This special edition of Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition will also include a specially created case and sleeve. A sticker set, high quality printed artbook and a thank-you letter written by the team at Quantic Dream. Therefore, this boxed edition will retail for £24.99 GBP / €29.99 EUR / $49.99 AUS (suggested retail price) and is available to purchase in specialist gaming stores across Europe and Australia now.Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition is Available in Europe and Australia For over two decades Quantic Dream, founded by industry visionary David Cage. Is best known for their use of cutting-edge motion capture technology. To create story-driven interactive dramas including the critically acclaimed titles Heavy Rain, Beyond: Two Souls and Detroit: Become Human.

The PlayStation4 retail boxed version of Fahrenheit: 15th Anniversary Edition is also available to purchase in specialist gaming stores now for £24.99 GBP / €29.99 EUR / $49.99 AUS (SRP).

Quantic Dream is an award-winning French video game developer and publisher. Established in Paris in 1997 by industry veteran David Cage. The studio came up to create AAA games with a focus on emotional, interactive storytelling and has been at the forefront of innovation in the narrative, popularizing the genre of choice-dependent stories while consistently driving technological innovation within the gaming space. You can get classic right now if you live in Europe or Australia.

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