Some new screenshots have been released today for the upcoming deep sea thriller ‘Iron Fish, developed by Dean Edwards.

If this is the first time you’ve heard about Iron Fish, here’s an official story synopsis:

Iron Fish is a psychological deep-sea thriller that challenges players to navigate the dangers that lurk at the bottom of the ocean, where humans no longer have the upper hand.

Discover what lies forgotten at the bottom of the ocean. Play as Cerys, a deep sea investigator for an elite British Naval group and use her state-of-the-art, government-funded equipment to submerge as far as we can go. But seven miles under the surface is dangerous territory for humans, especially when only 5 per cent of Earth’s oceans have been explored so far.

Cerys’s missions will lead the player to uncover mysteries of the deep and survive its harsh and perilous environment. Come face to face with creatures that have never seen the light and day, question what is science or myth, and solve the unanswered questions of Cerys’s past.

The game will include open-ended environments for you to explore as you avoid “aggressive deep-sea creatures” and discover “new creatures and lost, submerged civilisations.” Sounds pretty interesting doesn’t it?

Iron Fish is being developed on the Unreal Engine 4 and sports some pretty slick visuals. You can check out a bunch of new screenshots from the game just below. Be sure to let us know what you think of the game and the screenshots in the comments section. Stay tuned to OnlySP on Facebook and Twitter for further updates regarding Iron Fish.

Iron Fish is currently scheduled for a PC release in 2016.

Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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