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‘Valley’ Pre-Order Now Live, Coming August 24

Blue Isle Studios, the creators of the horror game Slender: The Arrival, today launched its digital pre-order campaign for Valley in anticipation of the first-person action exploration game launching August 24th on PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Steam.

Players can now pre-order Valley for $19.99 USD on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (European territories only) and have the game ready on Day One! In addition, Blue Isle released the extended version of its narrative trailer today giving a deeper look at the story line for the upcoming game.

In Valley, players will pilot the L.E.A.F. exosuit, enhancing their physical abilities to new levels of strength while making it easy to quickly traverse through the massive world of The Valley. As they explore, players will collect orbs of life, dash through forests, leap between structures, and uncover clues while wielding control over the life and death of the living creatures and plant life around you.

The Valley is a magical hidden wonder in the middle of the Rocky Mountains. Filled with a variety of wondrous creatures and beautiful vistas, the Valley also holds the ancient Lifeseed relic, which according to legend is a bringer of death on a global scale. The Valley’s predecessors have attempted to harness it before to no avail, and now it’s up to the player to explore the Valley while attempting to capture and harness the power of the Lifeseed for good.

Valley is rated T for Teen (Blood, Violence) and will launch worldwide August 24, 2016, on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam PC.

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About Blue Isle Studios

Founded in 2010, Blue Isle Studios is an independent video game design company located in the northern village known as Toronto, Canada. A small yet passionate group of artists, designers and programmers, Blue Isle works to build captivating virtual worlds, delivering the best gaming experience possible no matter what the genre.

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