Not every cloud
South of the Circle is the story of Peter, a scientist at the University of Cambridge. Set in the early 1960s, the game heavily references the social and cultural movements of the time. There is a deep-rooted fear of Russian spies and multiple references to the Cold War, and also an underlying gender equality focus to the story...
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Compared to Firewatch
Developer State of Play has announced the PS5 and PS4 ports of its hit mobile game South of the Circle will release on 3rd August 2022. A new trailer has been revealed to mark the moment, which shares a variety of clips from the game as well as how the control scheme has been adapted for console pads. Just substitute the Xbox...
Port coming soon
South of the Circle, a game first released to overwhelmingly positive reviews on mobile phones, has been confirmed for a release on PlayStation 5 and PS4 in the near future. From the conveniently named developer State of Play, the game is described as an "emotional narrative experience exploring the relationship between Peter and...
South of the Circle is an emotional narrative experience with a deep multi-layered cinematic story. The main plot asks questions about the consequences of life choices, of pursuing either career or true love, manoeuvring between now and the past. You play Peter, a Cambridge academic who crashlands in Cold War Antarctica. As he searches for help, his past unwinds before him, revealing how the pressures of power and his own aspirations have led him into this crisis he must somehow escape. A love story between him and fellow academic Clara develops, and Peter learns the weight of all the things he has promised. Like memories from childhood, some promises stay with us forever.