Frogwares' latest investigative adventure goes back to the beginning as a young Sherlock Holmes investigates his mother's death.
Get an overview of how you can navigate combat as the younger Holmes, or avoid it all together.
Frogwares' latest action adventure title is out on November 16th for Xbox Series X/S, PS5 and PC with previous gen versions coming later.
New gameplay deep dive showcases exploration, investigation mechanics and combat, including using the environment against foes.
Optimization for Xbox Series X/S with 4K Ultra HD and +60 FPS support also revealed in the listing (though Smart Delivery is missing).
Frogwares has delayed the PS4 and Xbox One versions to later since it needs "more time" and "breathing room" to wrap them up.
Frogwares' next Sherlock Holmes game is set to launch later this year for PC as well as current and last-gen consoles, with a specific release date yet to be announced.
No upgrades from last gen versions, unfortunately.
Frogwares offers up the first proper look at its upcoming Sherlock Holmes title.
Due to legal issues, there is no upgrade option for PS4 owners.
Get a first look at the upcoming prequel.
This can go up to 40 to 50 hours if players want to see everything.
The game returns amidst a lawsuit about the game's license.
Up to 40 hours of potential playtime, improved combat, and more for this entry.
Issues between Frogwares and Nacon have caused the game to be delisted.
Frogwares producer and community manager Sergey Oganesyan speaks with GamingBolt about this bold new take on the legendary detective.
Venture to the Mediterranean as a younger Sherlock Holmes and discern truth from the lies.
Indie developers might find optimization challenging, as per Frogwares' Sergey Oganesyan.
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