Earlier this year, Google Stadia Games and Entertainment announced partnerships with a handful of studios, including Uppercut Games, the developers of Submerged. The result is Submerged: Hidden Depths, a sequel to the 2015 original and a Stadia exclusive.
The first thing you need to know about Submerged: Hidden Depths is that it’s a combat-free game, just like the original. Because of that, the pace is much more relaxed — pensive, even — allowing you time to take in all of the scenery.
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