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Torment: Tides of Numenera - Pre-order for (PC = £31.99 physical or £21.99 at CDKeys for digital) PS4 / Xbox One £36.99 @ 365Games
Torment: Tides of Numenera - Pre-order for (PC = £31.99 physical or £21.99 at CDKeys for digital) PS4 / Xbox One £36.99 @ 365Games

Torment: Tides of Numenera - Pre-order for (PC = £31.99 physical or £21.99 at CDKeys for digital) PS4 / Xbox One £36.99 @ 365Games

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Released on February 28

PS4 link - £36.99

Xbox One link - £36.99

They also have a physical PC version on their site for £31.99 or you could get a digital version from CDKeys for £21.99 and use the 5% discount code from Facebook

Torment Tides Of Numenera Day One Edition Includes:
Wolrd Map
Soundtrack CD

One man discovers a way to cheat death. He uses the Numenera to jump between bodies and thus live for centuries. Yet this method bears an unexpected side effect: You.

You will face adversaries who harness incomprehensible powers. You will chart a course through bizarre landscapes unlike antyhing you have ever seen. And you will make choices that will seal the fate of countless many.

- A Deep, Thematically Satisfying Story - The philosophical underpinnings of Torment drive the game, both mechanically and narratively.
- A World Unlike Any Other - Journey across the Ninth World, a fantastic, original setting, with awe-inspiring visuals, offbeat and unpredictable items to use in and out of battle, and stunning feats of magic.
- A Rich, Personal Narrative - Thoughtful and character-driven, the story is epic in feel but deeply personal in substance.
- Reactivity, Replayability and the Tides - Your choices matter, and morality in the Ninth World is not a simple matter of "right" and "wrong". Torment is a deeply replayable experience that arises naturally from your actions throughout the game.
- A New Take on Combat - Plan your way through hand-crafted set-pieces which combine battles with environmental puzzles, social interaction, stealth, and more.

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If you're after the PC version it is probably worth waiting until release. It was a Kickstarter game and, going on similar games in the past, once the Kickstarter keys are released you'll be able to pick it up much cheaper.

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Torment: Tides of Numenera - A New Take On Combat
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This looks interesting and one to keep an eye on next month

Dichotomy

If you're after the PC version it is probably worth waiting until … If you're after the PC version it is probably worth waiting until release. It was a Kickstarter game and, going on similar games in the past, once the Kickstarter keys are released you'll be able to pick it up much cheaper.



Can you give some examples of when this happened? Will I be able to pick it up much cheaper immediately after release, or will I need to wait a few weeks?

saziel

Can you give some examples of when this happened? Will I be able to pick … Can you give some examples of when this happened? Will I be able to pick it up much cheaper immediately after release, or will I need to wait a few weeks?


Pillars of Eternity and Wasteland 2 were both around £13 in about a week of release. There have been others, but they spring to mind. While there is no guarantee Torment will do the same, I'd say there was a decent chance it will be cheaper.
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