Publisher All In! Games has today announced another game to add to the growing list of confirmed PlayStation 5 titles. Named Paradise Lost, it's scheduled for release later this year on next-gen platforms and tells the tale of a 12-year-old-boy caught up in a world where World War II never ended in 1945. It doesn't give too much away, but we've embedded the reveal trailer above for your viewing pleasure.

After glossing over the game's official website, where it is stated that the experience is designed for PS5 on Unreal Engine 4, the experience sounds like an ambitious one. A press release reads: "Paradise Lost is a mystery adventure game, telling a story of a 12-year-old boy who finds a mysterious Nazi bunker while roaming a post-nuclear Polish wasteland." This is said to be a journey through the five stages of grief, which is reflected in dialogue, character interactions, and the environment. "Your choices will gradually affect the game's characters, but also its visual style, environment and sound effects."

We're very interested in what Paradise Lost has to offer once it launches at the end of this year on PS5, but what are your first impressions? Has this premise ignited your imagination? Survive in the comments below.