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Fated: The Silent Oath

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Set in the mythical age of Vikings, FATED: The Silent Oath tells a tale of courage and sacrifice where an everyday father and husband must do the impossible to save his family from the destruction of the world at the hands of giants of old.

FATED is a first-person movie-length narrative-adventure game in virtual reality. This immersive game with stunning visuals showcases the best that VR has to offer, proposing a strong story-driven, narrative experience that focuses on emotion over gameplay.

Key Features:
• First-person virtual reality action-adventure game
• Highly polished visuals
• Fully immersive and emotional journey
• Enchanting and captivating musical atmosphere
• Strong story-driven, narrative experience
Release date
Frima Studio
Frima Originals
Age rating
13+ Teen

System requirements for PlayStation 4

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 or newer 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel i5-4590 equivalent or greater
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: NVIDIA GTX 970 / AMD 290 equivalent or greater
  • Storage: 6 GB available space
  • Additional Notes: 3x USB 3.0 ports, Compatible HDMI 1.3 video output
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Last Modified: May 15, 2023

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Fated: The Silent Oath reviews and comments

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All in all, I can highly recommend FATED: The Silent Oath Adventure fans who are on Games such as The Walking Dead by Telltale Games. Unfortunately, the Game gives away an incredible amount of Potential, so that in the End it is simply a mediocre to good game, but I Still have no regrets about the purchase for just under 10 Euros. Pros: + Graphics: The Graphics are not necessarily technically impressive, but artistically very well implemented. The World seems simply harmonious and it is Fun to stay in it. The Characters also fit very well into the Setting. In addition, some Passages of the Game are very well staged. + Length: The Game lasts just under 1 1/2 Hours, but is also by no means a Full-price Game. Compared to other VR games, that's quite good. Yet even compared to other Non-VR episode games, 1 1/2 Hours is perfectly fine for an Episode. + Sound: Clearly very good. Especially the Music I personally find very atmospheric and suitably chosen. + Story: The Story makes a (very) interesting Impression on me and you really want to know what happens next. Unfortunately, the End is very open (see Criticism below). Cons:-Interaction: The Game only supports the Gamepad as An Interaction option (apart from The occasional nod of The head or Shake of the head). It would be predestined for the Support of Motion Controllers. -Movement: Also, the Game Only supports the Gamepad as the only Form of Movement. Well-known Transport Concepts such as Teleportation Are not supported. Even free movement in space (room-scale) is not supported. That, at least, led to a slight Malaise with me. -Synchronization: There is neither a German Dubbing nor German Subtitles. For many Players safe to merge. However, I still prefer the German Language for full Immersion. -End: The Game actually stops right in the middle of it. As hinted at above, the Game gives the Appearance of an episode adventure. However, almost a Year after Its release, there is still no Sign of life in a second Episode, which rather gives me the Appearance that there will never be a second Episode here. -Decisions: Although the game gives you the Opportunity to make Occasional decisions by Nodding your Head or Shaking your head, they have little or no Effect on the further Course of the game As far as I can tell. This is not so unusual for episode games in the first Episode (since the Consequences only follow in the later Episodes), but if there are no more Episodes here, it lowers the Replay value enormously. In Fairness, of course, she notes that many (or the first three) of the above Criticisms are communicated just as well on the Steam skeon and you shouldn't really experience any nasty Surprises. Even so, it remains hugely wasted potential in my Eyes. The Game could have been many Times Better without the above Criticisms and become a real Highlight among VR games. But If you can live with the Criticisms, you still get a good Conversation for just under 1 1/2 Hours.
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