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Surreal deep-sea adventure Silt dives onto PS5 & PS4 on June 1

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Hi everyone! I’m Dom, programmer at Spiral Circus, and I’m really excited to share the news that our surreal underwater adventure Silt is coming to PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4 on June 1.

Surreal deep-sea adventure Silt dives onto PS5 & PS4 on June 1

Silt is a puzzle-adventure set deep within a harrowing ocean abyss, where you play as a lone diver searching the deep and exploring dangerous waters to uncover long-forgotten mysteries. But the diver has a secret. Harnessing an unusual power, you’ll be able to possess sea creatures that roam the ocean void, discovering new creatures and using their unique abilities to solve puzzles, traverse the environment, and make your way deeper into the darkness.

With the game only a few weeks away, we wanted to share one of the processes we’ve developed to bring our artist Tom’s traditional ink-on-paper art from still imagery into an interactive game world.

From pen-and-ink drawings to game assets

Getting Tom’s artwork into the game would be the biggest technical challenge for us. It was essential that the game looked like one of Tom’s paintings and not like his art had been transplanted out of context into something else. The idea was to give Tom near total control over the look of the game right from inside the drawing program. This means control over composition, camera framing, tonal contrast, lighting, shadow, texture, fog, all the stuff he would just draw naturally if he were working on one of his pieces. 

We had to find a way to let Tom do all this, while retaining the ability to reconstruct the whole thing in the game engine and make it interactive. We used layers in the drawing program to keep logical elements separated from each other, then wrote a script to churn through the layers and convert them into something the game engine could process.

Bringing co

PlayStation Store: April 2022’s top downloads

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Nine movies’ worth of content packed into one game? No wonder Lego Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga sits comfortably atop the PS5 download charts for April. MLB The Show 22, Elden Ring, and Cyberpunk 2077 put up a fight, though, filling out the top three in the US/Canada and EU lists.

Where did your favorites land last month? Any big surprises? Let us know in the comments!

PS5 Games

US/CanadaEU
1LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaLEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
2MLB The Show 22ELDEN RING
3ELDEN RINGCyberpunk 2077
4WWE 2K22GRAN TURISMO 7
5Tiny Tina’s WonderlandsWWE 2K22
6NBA 2K22Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order
7Cyberpunk 2077F1 2021
8GRAN TURISMO 7Grand Theft Auto V
9Marvel’s Spider-Man: Miles MoralesAmong Us
10Madden NFL 22It Takes Two
11Mortal Kombat 11Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands
12Horizon Forbidden WestNBA 2K22
13Call of Duty: VanguardKena: Bridge of Spirits
14Star Wars Jedi: Fallen OrderHorizon Forbidden West
15It Takes TwoMarvel’s Spider-Man: Miles Morales
16Ghost of Tsushima DIRECTOR’S CUTFAR CRY 6
17Among UsMetro Exodus
18Grand Theft Auto VCall of Duty: Vanguard
19Kena: Bridge of SpiritsFIFA 22
20The Elder Scrolls OnlineThe Elder Scrolls Online

*Naming of products may differ between regions
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PS4 Games

US/CanadaEU
1MLB The Show 22LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker Saga
2LEGO Star Wars: The Skywalker SagaGrand Theft Auto V
3Batman: Arkham KnightMinecraft
4ELDEN RINGELDEN RING
5Grand Theft Auto VRed Dead Redemption 2
6NBA 2K22Tekken 7
7MinecraftF1 2021
8WWE 2K22Little Nightmares
9Red Dead Redemption 2Ace Combat 7: Skies Unknown
10Injustice 2The Crew 2
11Little NightmaresThe Last of Us Part II
12Tiny Tina’s WonderlandsNBA 2K22
13Call of Duty: VanguardAmong Us
14The Last of Us Part IIHorizon Zero Dawn
15Naruto to Boruto: Shinobi StrikerA Way Out
16EA Sports UFC 4Need for Speed Heat
17CHRONO CROSS: THE RADICAL DREAMERS EDITIONCall of Duty: Modern Warfare
18Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold WarMonopoly Plus
19Mortal Kom

Extended Play promotion comes to PlayStation Store

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The Extended Play promotion, discounting select deluxe and ultimate editions of games as well as season passes and add-ons, comes to PlayStation Store on May 11. 

For a limited time*, you can enjoy savings on a multitude of titles, including Assassin’s Creed Valhalla Deluxe Edition (PS4 & PS5, 60% off), Deathloop Deluxe Edition (PS5, 50% off), NBA 2K22 Cross-Gen Digital Bundle (PS4 & PS5, 71% off).