SouthPeak Picks Up Edge of Twilight


SouthPeak Games has announced plans to publish Edge of Twilight, Fuzzyeyes Studio’s unique third-person action/adventure project set in a post-apocalyptic, steampunk fantasy world where day and night are no longer coexisting entities but two different realms entirely. In the game, you’ll play as Lex, a half-breed bounty hunter who has the rare ability to travel between the two realms. Edge of Twilight is in development for the PC and “next-gen consoles” according to the press release, but in looking at the game’s official website it’s only listed as coming to PC and Xbox 360. Now that SouthPeak has signed on, though, maybe there will be a PS3 version. The game isn’t due out until 2009, so there’s plenty of time for platforms and further details to be specified. Until next time, here’s a gallery of early screenshots and artwork for you to glance over.

“Edge of Twilight appealed to us because of its exquisitely original vision,” said Katie Morgan, Executive Vice President at SouthPeak Games. “We look forward to working with the talented team at FUZZYEYES on this incredibly ambitious title.”

“Edge of Twilight has been our labor of love for some time now and we could not be more excited to partner with SouthPeak to bring it to market,” said Wei-Yao Lu, CEO of FUZZYEYES. “There is still so much to reveal about the game we can’t wait to share more.”

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