Classic PlayStation 2 game Fahrenheit (or Indigo Prophecy in the US) by Quantic Dream will be remastered to 1080p on the PlayStation 4. It was announced on twitter last week by the team as well as its release detail. According to the tweet, the remastered edition of the game will be available to buy from the PlayStation store from the 18th of July this year. It will be available worldwide and will run for $14.99 USD.
FAHRENHEIT – Indigo Prophecy 1080p Remaster releasing excl. on PS4 PLAYSTATION STORE on 7/18/16. 14.99$, worldwide. pic.twitter.com/Yzwedfxjsk
— QUANTIC DREAM (@QUANTIC_DREAM) June 17, 2016
Fahrenheit: Indigo Prophecy was the second game by Quantic Dream and garnered considerable success for the team; which allowed Quantic Dream to eventually work on Heavy Rain, Beyond Two Souls and the upcoming Detroit.
The tweet came out around the time after Detroit was finally shown. Detroit is a ‘neo-noir thriller’ which tells a story that revolve around Conner, a law enforcement android and the various situations he encounters throughout the game. Some of which can be dealt with in many different ways that lead to many different outcome, as shown in the E3 trailer.
While the Indigo Prophecy remastered edition will be coming out on the 18th of July, Detroit still doesn’t have a solid release window yet. Detroit will however be playable on the PlayStation 4.