The Forgotten City, a Murder-Mystery Skyrim Mod Re-Imagined, Is Out Next Month

The Forgotten City, a murder-mystery game taking place in ancient Rome based on a popular Skyrim mod, finally has a release date of July 28 on PC and consoles.

During the IGN Expo today as part of Summer of Gaming, a new release date trailer was shown off for Forgotten City, highlighting the game’s story of being trapped in a time loop while trying to solve a mystery at the heart of an ancient Roman city where no one is permitted to sin.

It’s planned for release on Steam, PS5, PS4, Switch, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One. A digital collector’s edition will also be available on the same day, which comes with a PC key, a digital city map, a digital soundtrack, and a 3D print file for a Sentius character statue.

The Forgotten City is developed by the creator of the original Forgotten City quest mod for Skyrim in partnership with publisher Dear Villagers. We got a look at nine minutes of gameplay last month, introducing the “Golden Rule,” a curse where if a single person commits a sin, everyone in the city turns into golden statues.

Make sure to check back as we’ve got much, much more coming from IGN Expo today, and IGN’s Summer of Gaming all this month, including E3 2021 coverage.

Rebekah Valentine is a news reporter for IGN. You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.

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