Calling all fans of games like Firewatch or What Remains of Edith Finch or basically any narrative adventure that you’re going to play, love, and have it sit with you for a while. As someone who has a HUGE soft spot for these types of games, I can’t even begin to explain how excited I am to fill you in on this new game from developer, State of Play, and 11 bit studios.
South of the Circle is a gripping, narrative adventure coming to PC and consoles that puts the player in the middle of a compelling love story set in the midst of the 1960s Cold War.
Coming to PC and consoles, South of the Circle is another jewel in 11 bit studios’ lineup of meaningful entertainment titles.
In a never-ending pursuit to deliver meaningful entertainment, 11 bit studios is proud to announce its partnership with British BAFTA-winning studio State of Play and to add another jewel to its burgeoning publishing portfolio. South of the Circle is a visually impactful and compelling narrative experience featuring a cinematic story set in the midst of the 1960s Cold War and it will be coming soon to PC, Nintendo Switch, Xbox Series S|X, Xbox One, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4.
In South of the Circle, you follow the story of Peter. Tangled in life-defining choices and torn between pursuing either career or true love, he finds himself in the middle of behind-the-scenes strife between military powers. Set in a Cold War reality, the game is defined by its story, stretching between past and present, minimalist aesthetics, and exceptional writing and voice acting which delivers an experience resembling top-tier cinema. Among talents heard on-screen are Gwilym Lee (“Bohemian Rhapsody”), Olivia Vinall (“The Woman in White”), Richard Goulding (“The Crown”), Anton Lesser (“Game of Thrones”), Adrian Rawlins (“Chernobyl”), and Michael Fox (“Downton Abbey”).