Converging towards your PlayStation 4.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today a point-and-click, sci-fi, adventure title from Fictiorama Studios is getting a physical release on October 7th for the PlayStation 4 courtesy of publishers BadLand Games.

Inspired by films such as Mad Max and 12 Monkeys, Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today is set in a post-apocalyptic Earth where the planet has seen great devastation due an event called “The Great Wave”. You play as Michael an amnesiac who awakens to find a changed and savage world, but one he must now navigate in order to find answers about not only his own life, but what has caused these cataclysmic events to transpire and maybe how to reverse them.

We gave Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today 4 stars in our review at Crash Landed, praising the game for its intriguing story, smart design and beautiful art work. You can currently purchase the title digitally via the PlayStation Store (priced at £15.99). A digital release for the Xbox One was also scheduled, but has currently been pushed back.

The physical release of Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today - which is currently only available for European territories - is set to release October 7th and priced at £19.99 which includes an extended manual, poster and original soundtrack CD - pre-orders are currently open on Amazon UK.

Much like previous BadLand published titles, it’s unlikely Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today will see a release overseas (in physical form at least) so U.S. gamers and worldwide collectors alike should aim to import a copy for their gaming pleasure.

Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today physical release for PlayStation 4 in Europe

Will you be picking up Dead Synchronicity: Tomorrow Comes Today? Let us know in the comments below.


BadLand Games are a publisher split between Spain and UK that release a slew of independent titles which become sought after by collectors.

Originally released on PC (Steam) on April 10, 2015 as an episodic title.

Pitched as a Kickstarter title where it was successfully funded by 1,606 backers who pledged $51,501.

Fictiorama Studios was founded by three brothers (Mario, Alberto and Luis) united by their passion for games.

News by: David Robinson
Twitter: @5ypher

Posted on 4th October 2016