A new single-player FPS experience is launching on consoles today: 41 Hours. Available now for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, 41 Hours grants the player a number of super-human skills, including telekinesis and time distortion.

In 41 Hours, players will take the role of Ethan. A workaholic scientist and capable field combatant, Ethan finds himself with a new mission. His wife has disappeared, and he feels it’s his responsibility to find her. Moreover, Ethan is accompanied by a mysterious woman who possesses super-human powers.

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Ethan will take up conventional armaments while learning new abilities. Manipulate time, cloak for enhanced stealth, use portals for teleportation and employ telekinetic abilities against the paramilitary forces that stand in his way.

41 Hours promises to deliver a ‘cinematic first-person adventure driven by intense shootouts and advanced, often alien technology’, according to publisher eastasiasoft. It will offer a ‘complex narrative through voiced dialogue, illustrated cutscenes and strategic combat scenarios across 11 compelling chapters’. Whether or not the game is capable of living up to such lofty expectations is currently uncertain. Especially as it has received mixed reviews since it’s PC debut.

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Much like the oft underrated Bright Memory Infinite, 41 Hours debuted with a ‘prologue’ edition. 41 Hours: Prologue arrived on Steam back in March 2021. It was only a few months later, in May 2021, when the full release version of the game arrived. Both editions have only a small amount of reviews, and a decidedly ‘mixed’ result.

41 Hours is available now for PC, and also on consoles from today. The game is priced at $19.99 USD / €19.99 EUR on consoles, and £11.39 GBP on PC. Chit Hot will bring you a full review of 41 Hours on console in due course, but let us know if you pick it up in the comments below.

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