Paradise Lost Reveals Launch Date: The Bunker Opens March 24!

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Paradise Lost

Today, All in! Games revealed the release date of Paradise Lost from developer PolyAmorous. The game will launch on PC, PS4, and Xbox One on March 24. Watch the date reveal trailer and a new gameplay video below.

Paradise Lost is now available for pre-order for USD 14.99. Pre-order on Xbox One before launch and receive 20% off or pre-order for PC through GOG.com and receive 34% off the regular retail price.

What happened in the bunker? WWII had no victor, leaving the heart of Europe hidden behind a veil of radiation, transformed into a nuclear wasteland by the Nazis. As Szymon, a recently orphaned 12-year-old wandering the wasteland, you come across a massive, abandoned bunker. From deep inside, a mysterious girl, Ewa, contacts Szymon via the bunker’s intercoms—who is she, and what are her intentions? Will you uncover the secrets of the past?

Begin your journey through the bunker with a new gameplay video, showing a never-before-seen part of the game and featuring commentary from Game Director Bogdan Graczyk.

About Paradise Lost:

“The Last Story on Earth. WWII persisted for 20 more years only to end in flames when the Nazis launched nuclear missiles on most of Europe. In the aftermath, the heart of Europe remains shrouded in the mystery of destruction and deadly radiation, inaccessible to the rest of the world.

It’s winter 1980 when Szymon, a 12-year-old boy raised in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, finds a massive, abandoned Nazi bunker. Will he find what he’s looking for? Explore an underground world where Slavic mythology mixes with retrofuturistic technology.

Uncover the story of the bunker, from its takeover by Polish rebels to the ultimate fate of its inhabitants. What happened to them?

Despite the bunker’s desolation, a mysterious girl named Ewa contacts Szymon through the bunker’s technology. If he can only find her, she might know the man in the picture. If he can find her, he finally won’t be alone…”