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Silence: The Whispered World 2 arriving in late 2014 on PC and Mac

Mike Suszek, @mikesuszek
December 12, 2013
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Silence: The Whispered World 2 will arrive in late 2014, Daedalic Entertainment announced today. The German developer will bring the sequel to its 2010 adventure game, The Whispered World, to both PC and Mac.

As indicated by the title, players return to the dream-like world of Silence in the game, controlling a boy named Noah on his journey to find his younger sister Renie. Daedalic noted that some "familiar faces" will return in the sequel along with "a host of new features." The developer didn't mention any specifics, though the adventure game will likely adopt similar point-and-click mechanics as those used in the first game. Gametrailers has a debut video for Silence: The Whispered World 2, which sets up the game's dreary environments and wartime-like atmosphere.

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Daedalic Entertainment announce Silence: The Whispered World II
Return to the World of Dreams

Hamburg, Germany 12th December 2013 – Acclaimed German publisher Daedalic Entertainment today announce new adventure game Silence: The Whispered World II for PC and Mac, releasing late 2014.

The sequel to the award-winning hit The Whispered World, Silence: The Whispered World II takes players on a journey back to Silence, the enchanting fantasy world made of dreams. Joining young Noah on a quest to find his little sister Renie, lost to him in the perilous real world, players will be taken on an emotional and spellbinding adventure to discover the mysteries surrounding the siblings and the breathtaking dreamscapes of Silence.

Set against stunning 3D environments, Silence: The Whispered World II combines the captivating storyline with a host of new features as well as some familiar faces.

Silence: The Whispered World II will release in late 2014 for PC and Mac.










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