There’s an extensive new gameplay video for Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter over at the PlayStation Blog, and it gives us our best look at the game so far. Featuring eleven minutes of footage, the World’s Greatest Detective is showcased tremendously in the new video.
In the walkthrough, Sherlock is trying to help Tom Hurst, a young Whitechapel boy whose father George is missing. The iconic detective has to investigate the streets of Whitechapel and make use of his skills of observation and analysis to collect clues. When his deductions lead to the identification of a suspect, Wiggins, the street urchin, will come to the rescue to chase the mysterious man.
Featuring all manner of interrogation, stealth and observation, the case continues as you use all of the tools at Sherlock’s disposal. The adventure lets you move freely through several London districts and will even have you ducking in to the master of disguise’s wardrobe to blend in in some tricky situations.
Your interpretation of clues and statements in the various cases will be crucial in the game, as they determine the verdict Holmes will take at key points of his investigations. Towards the end of each of these will also be several moral choices, some of which will have impacts on the future of the supporting characters within the game.
Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter will be available from June 10.