Silt is a very appealing underwater horror game that just got announced for all major platforms, along with a release date of June 1st.

Silt takes inspiration from titles like Playdead’s Limbo for a surreal experience under the ocean. With deadly aquatic creatures and vast environments to explore.

  • Experience a surreal underwater world – Traverse stunning underwater vistas to discover unexplored ruins and ancient machinery hidden in the deep.
  • Discover the diver’s secret – Possess diverse and distinctive sea creatures, using their unique abilities to solve puzzles and travel deeper into the void.
  • Survive the abyss – Survive encounters and harness the power of deep-sea goliaths to awaken a long-dormant force at the centre of the abyss.
  • A harrowing journey deep beneath the surface – Explore an unsettling, monochrome world with a distinct hand-crafted feel, constructed from the sketches and dark imagination of artist Mr Mead.

Silt’s development has taken us on an incredible journey and we can’t wait to share our underwater adventure with players next month,” said Tom Mead, Art Director at Spiral Circus. “Creating an atmospheric world that plays into our own fears of the deep while delivering a unique experience has been our focus right the way through development, and we are truly honoured by the anticipation and support for the game as we count down the weeks to release.”

“We’re really excited for players to dive into Spiral Circus’ debut deep-sea adventure on June 1st,” added Sarah Hoeksma, Marketing Director at Fireshine Games. “The studio has crafted an experience that we’re confident fans of puzzle-adventures will enjoy, and we’re looking forward to players discovering what awaits them in the deep in a few weeks’ time.”

Silt will be available digitally on all consoles and PC on June 1, 2022. This includes Xbox One, Xbox Series, PS4, PS5, and Switch.

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Adam is a Senior Staff Writer for GAW with over 15 years of experience in writing and is completely obsessed with video games. He holds a BA from Brooklyn College and lives in NY.