Murdered: Soul Suspect is being developed by Quantum Conundrum developer Airtight Games, and has players assume the role of a ghost detective trying to find the culprit behind his own murder. You’ll be able to rummage through locations for clues, and there’s also a few supernatural powers to tap into.
“The new console versions will offer increased visual fidelity via native 1080p output,” said Square Enix in a statement. “Elements such as subsurface scattering and an increased particle count will depict an even more immersive ghost world and cast as players guide slain Salem detective Ronan O’Connor on a quest to find his killer and escape the limbo-like world of Dusk.”
Original story: Supernatural crime caper Murdered: Soul Suspect will be coming to Xbox One, Square Enix has confirmed.
The Xbox One version will now be released alongside the PC, PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 versions. Murdered: Soul Suspect was announced in a fairly low-key fashion at some time last year, and Square Enix later told GameSpot that it wouldn’t see a release before March 2014.