London, UK - August 24 2005 - Ubisoft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, counts the days left before the worldwide launch of its final adventure game, Myst V: End of Ages, scheduled for September 22, 2005 (PC and Mac® hybrid DVD format). In association with Rand Miller, co-creator of Myst and founder of Cyan Worlds, Ubisoft chose to unveil the secrets of the development of the saga, and explain how this last game brings closure to the Myst storyline via its most dramatic and immersive experience to date.
Picking up immediately where the original Myst ended, players are presented the privilege, challenge and responsibility of restoring the lost empire of the D'niTM - an ancient civilization of people who thrived for thousands of years but later met with a great catastrophe. Like each previous Myst title, Myst V: End of Ages advances the graphical beauty and detail of its worlds with its fully immersive 3D environment. Cyan carefully crafted and combined elements of adventure, puzzles, storyline and gameplay innovation creating a worthy ending to the one game to which millions will forever compare any adventure title - Myst.
Be sure to visit www.mystworlds.com, the only place where you will find the Making-of movie and up to date information about the game. The complete Making-of will only be available on the Collector's bonus DVD, however, watch out regularly on the web site to see revealed special parts of it.
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