The Sinking City ‘A Delicate Matter’ gameplay

Pre-orders now available.

The Sinking City

Publisher Bigben Interactive and developer Frogwares have released a 12-minute commentated gameplay video of The Sinking City titled “A Delicate Matter.”

The footage shows protagonist Charles Reed as he finds Mr. Throgmorton, who entrusts him with a theft case tinged with obscure nuances. To elucidate the investigation, Charles must search for clues, follow tracks, hunt suspects around the city, and eliminate the obstacles in his path.

Pre-orders for The Sinking City have also opened. Here is an overview of the game’s various editions:

Standard Edition

  • A copy of the game

Day One Edition (Physical)

  • A copy of the game
  • “Investigation Pack”
  • Physical map of Oakmont

Necronomicon Edition (Digital)

  • A copy of the game
  • “Investigation Pack”
  • “Worshippers of the Necronomicon Quest Pack”
  • 48 hours early access

The Sinking City is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on June 27.

Watch the footage below.

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