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October 30th, 2019 - Ghent, Belgium - Belgian publisher Cronos Interactive, and developer Mantis Games, will release their award winner game, Journey for Elysium, tomorrow on Steam. The VR experience inspired by Greek Mythology will be available for $19.99 / €19.99 / £17.99 on Oculus Rift VR systems and HTC Vive. In addition, players can download Journey For Elysium with a 15% discount until November 7th.

Watch Journey For Elysium Launch trailer here.

Journey for Elysium Screenshot One

Journey For Elysium sees players adopt the role of an unnamed hero who has passed away and finds himself trapped in the underworld. In order to reach Elysium, and subsequently obtain redemption, the mysterious traveller must use all his wits and skills in a series of increasingly elaborate twists and challenges. In this story-driven VR game, you're drawn into a deeply rich and immersive world inspired by ancient myths and, along the way, you will discover more about the protagonist's enigmatic and shrouded past.

Journey for Elysium Concept Art

About Cronos Interactive

Cronos Interactive is the independent video game publishing arm of Belgian leading technology group Cronos. Cronos Interactive strives to provide a platform for local developers to gain visibility for their projects on a global scale. Since 2017, the company has rapidly invested in the local interactive entertainment landscape and now operates promising studios such as Mantis GamesNot A CompanyGlowfish Interactive and the Belgian video game convention 1UP. Along with Journey For ElysiumHoverloop and Trifox, currently in development, are the first projects under Cronos Interactive publishing stable. https://cronos-interactive.be/

About Mantis Games

Based in the city of Ghent, Belgium, Mantis is an independent game development studio founded in 2018. With a focus on VR, AR and other emerging technologies, Mantis is committed to making games that are meaningful, memorable and, above all, fun! https://mantis.games/

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