Torment Art Team Q&A

news2 days ago • 2017-02-16

We recently did a Q&A with the Torment art team where we took questions about the game! You can find the full Q&A on Facebook, or read below. Most of these answers come courtesy of our art director on the game, Charlie Bloomer. Enjoy! We're back today with some answers from our Art Team regarding your questions. You asked some really thoughtful questions and we had an absolute pleasure answering them. We hope you're enjoying the inside scoop as much as we like prov...
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Updated Our Journal #64: Console Copies for Backers – We Need Your Input!

kickstarter5 days ago • 2017-02-13

Hello Exiles, With the game's release right around the corner (Feb. 28), every day brings something exciting and new. Today we have something to share that we think looks amazing. Our friends at Techland created a story trailer that covers the events leading up to the game: the backstory behind Torment, brought to life in animated format (needless to say, minor spoiler warning). In addition to being a great intro to Torment for newcomers, we also think it's just a pretty...
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Torment: Tides of Numenera - Story Trailer

media10 days ago • 2017-02-09

Today we're excited to reveal the latest trailer for Torment: Tides of Numenera. This epic cinematic story trailer recounts the lore leading up to the very moment that players begin their odyssey as the Last Castoff – the flesh-and-blood byproduct of a megalomaniacal deity known as the Changing God. A billion years in the future, a man discovered a way to cheat death. A seeker of knowledge and wisdom, his ultimate goal was to leave an unforgettable mark on the world....
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Colin McComb Plays PS:T Live with GOG.com Today

news12 days ago • 2017-02-07

UPDATE: Going live here soon! https://www.twitch.tv/gogcom Torment's Creative Lead Colin McComb will be playing PS:T live today with the folks over at GOG.com in celebration of the game's coming release! He'll be live at 2 PM Eastern time today (11 AM Pacific), so be sure to check it out! We'll have an archived version available to watch as well. You will be able to find the stream at GOG.com's Twitch channel.
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Torment Facebook Contest - Win a PS4 Pro!

news15 days ago • 2017-02-03

Interested in winning a PS4 Pro and a copy of Torment: Tides of Numenera? We're so excited the game is coming also to consoles that today we’ve got a surprise contest for all of you! If you want to win a copy of Torment: Tides of Numenera for PS4, visit our Facebook page and post your best answer to the following question: "Imagine that people living one billion years in the future find a random object from today. What is it and what do you think they would use...
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Updated Our Journal #63: A Look Back on Development

kickstarter18 days ago • 2017-01-31

tl;dr: Colin talks about Torment's development and the future; Monte Cook's novella now available; new Torment media Hello Exiles, Colin here. It's crazy to think that it's just about a month from Torment's release date. To start, we wanted to give you a taste of some of the game's quests in this interactive trailer. Hosted by, well, me, there's some early game side-quest spoilers, but it'll give you a taste of what the game has to offer if you haven't already jumped into t...
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WCFTech Interview with Colin & Gavin

news23 days ago • 2017-01-26

The guys at WFCTech have interviewed Creative Lead Colin McComb and Senior Writer Gavin Jurgens-Fyhrie about Torment. You can see the full article here, but we've posted a snippet below. When you set out to make the spiritual and thematic successor to Planescape: Torment, one of the most beloved cRPGs of all time, it was no easy task. Do you feel you’ve accomplished your original goals with the project? Is the final game perhaps a bit different from what you had...
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Torment: Tides of Numenera Preview Round-Up

news26 days ago • 2017-01-23

A veritable smörgåsbord of Torment news has hit in the wake of press events both in the United States and Europe. We've got a huge number of articles coming out covering Torment, and we've decided to include just a taste of them below: PC World: Three hours disappeared. That’s how it felt when I sat down to play Torment: Tides of Numenera recently. I was the last one scheduled to use the PC that inXile had set up in the corner, and so I was told I could...
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