BAFTA-winning independent British developer Supermassive Games is proud to announce Shattered State, an interactive cinematic thriller for Daydream. Developed in partnership with Google and published by Supermassive Games, Shattered State features a compelling storyline, blockbuster production values and a branching narrative to deliver an immersive gaming experience that sets the benchmark for cinematic VR gaming on mobile devices.
A Nation in turmoil. A city under threat where only your decisions can halt catastrophe.
In Shattered State you assume the role of the Director of the National Intelligence Agency in the midst of a national crisis. You must take control of the situation and make tough decisions that decide the fate of your colleagues, the public, and ultimately, the nation. With a branching narrative your choices have far-reaching consequences, impacting both the course of events and the outcome of the game. Shattered State encourages multiple playthroughs, letting players discover how they could have overcome each of the challenges in a time of national crisis.”
A cinematic VR thriller for Daydream devices, Shattered State is brought to you by the BAFTA award-winning creators of Until Dawn, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood and The Inpatient.
Simon Harris, Executive Producer of VR Games at Supermassive Games said “We are delighted to be partnering with Google to bring our acclaimed storytelling and production values to Daydream. This partnership has enabled us to create a game which we believe sets a new benchmark for mobile VR.”
About Supermassive Games
Supermassive Games is a BAFTA-winning independent game developer with a reputation for innovation in both storytelling and VR. The studio has released a number of successful titles and is best known for the critically acclaimed PS4 hit Until Dawn.Founded in 2008, the studio is now home to over 160 talented individuals working across a range of storytelling and VR titles. Supermassive Games remains fully independent and has broad ambitions to grow audiences across a range of platforms.The studio has received numerous awards including a BAFTA for Until Dawn, and was included on the prestigious Deloitte UK Technology Fast 50 and Deloitte EMEA Technology Fast 500 lists in 2013. In the same year they were listed by TechTrack as one of the 40 fastest growing technology companies in the UK.
Building upon their reputation as cinematic storytellers Supermassive Games recently announced The Dark Pictures Anthology, a series of stand-alone, horror games for PS4, Xbox and PC. The first game is Man of Medan, due to release in 2019.