Tin Hearts now accessible on PlayStations & Xboxes.

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Wired Productions and Rogue Sun point that out Tin hearts is now also available for PS4, PS5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X. A new launch trailer accompanies the good news and more information can be found in the press release:

Tin hearts is an immersive puzzle adventure that tells a gripping story of love and compromise. Players march and puzzle through challenging puzzles as they discover a deeply emotional story spanning multiple generations and dimensions, masterfully embedded in the fabric of an alternate Victorian world.

“Toy Soldiers by Martika is an absolute cult song and the lyrics reflect the story of Tin hearts perfectly reflected,” said Leo Zullo, Managing Director of Wired Productions. “We knew right away that we hired Black Razor Records to work with the amazing Aisha to record a cover version that perfectly captured the emotion of the game.”

“It’s an emotional time for us! Let our chick spread its wings on all platforms! We released some great trailers in advance, but we always knew we wanted to do something really special for this game. During development, we played Toy Soldiers on several occasions, often half in jest. The song was sort of our team’s anthem — for obvious reasons,” said Kostas Zarifis, Managing Director of Rogue Sun and Creative Director of Tin hearts. “When Wired approached us with the idea of ​​using the song for the launch trailer, we were blown away! We got to work right away! Today we are very proud to present to you not only the completed game, but also this launch trailer, which we think captures the emotional journey players are preparing to embark on Tin hearts boarding captures perfectly.”

Tin hearts has already been released for Switch. A PSVR2 version will follow later this year.

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