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Date: April 27th, 2005
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Pre-Order Myst 4 Soundtrack

Internationally renowned composer and producer Jack Wall delivers yet another spellbinding game soundtrack for Myst IV: Revelation. Having received the 2002 Soundtrack of the Year Award from the readers of Game Industry News and a nomination by the Academy of Interactive Arts and Sciences in 2002 for Outstanding Achievement in Musical Composition for his work on Myst III: Exile, Jack Wall returns with a dramatic and breathtaking orchestral score that transports you instantly into the lush, beautiful worlds of Myst IV: Revelation. Interweaving the unique musical styles of world-class players and vocal musicians from around the globe - including the Slovak Radio Symphony Orchestra in Bratislava, the Warsaw Village Band in Poland, and the Los Angeles Choir in California - this captivating soundtrack won Music of the Yearat the 2004 Game Audio Network Guild Awards, and took home more awards than any other single game at the GANG awards, including Best Live Performance Recording and Best Original Vocal Song - Choral for the Main Theme. Prepare to be transfixed!

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Date: April 18th, 2005
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Revelations Wins Three Awards

The title with the most category wins this year, Myst IV: Revelation wins in the following categories in the GIN 'Best of the Best' of 2004 games:

Best Adventure Game
Best Puzzle Game
Best Environment

Click here for all the winners.

Congratulations to the Revelations team!

Date: March 3rd
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Patch 1.03 Released

List of problems fixed:

Myst 4 - Revelation Version 1.03
Febuary 2005

Fix in version 1.03

- Subtitles for English, Italian, German, French or Spanish are now available.
- Fix some memory leak and random crashes.


- The NVidia driver 66.93 is not working properly with some combination of AMD CPU and Geforce 4MX. We recommand users to upgrade their driver when a new release will be available from NVidia.


- We recommand user of OSX 10.3 to upgrade to OSX 10.3.8. OSX 10.3.8 fix many issues with Myst 4.]

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Date: November 16th, 2004
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Patch 1.02 Released

Myst Worlds announced today that the new patch for Myst4 Revelation will be released in a few days.

There will be a new patch released for Myst IV Revelation in the next few days. Fixes will be same as in the first patch, but with improvements in performance (i.e. bug fixes will not create new issues). Thanks for all the fan input, and to Maztec, Stellar Maven of All Things Technical, who has done such a great job of clarifying issues (and sometimes, solutions!).

Patch Link

Date: November 2nd, 2004
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Myst4 Patch Released

The Myst4 patch is now released. It will help fix the following problems:

  • Radeon 7000-7500 graphics card issues in Spire
  • Time sensitive puzzle in Spire reworked
  • “Mangree” puzzle crash issue resolved
  • Game version number now displayed correctly in the main menu
  • Game save issue (when the user has collected an extensive picture gallery) corrected
  • Workaround for the ATI driver bug that was causing issues on the Radeon 7500 on Windows XP in the second node of the observatory and at random places. Fixed with ATI driver catalyst 4.9 and 4.10
  • Registration problem (identifying as Prince of Persia) fixed
  • MAC fire offering display issue in Serenia corrected

To install, go to the "Launch the updatelauncher" program located in the "Myst IV - revelation" folder in you’re start menu, and follow the on screen instructions, or click the links below to install manually.

The Myst IV 1.00 to 1.01 for PC (40MB)
The Myst IV 1.00 to 1.01 for MAC (9MB)

Date: October 2nd, 2004
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Myst 4 Walkthrough now has an "In Process" walkthrough for Myst4. It has picture spoilers galleries for each of the puzzles.

Date: October 2nd, 2004
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New Spire Gallery

Now in the Myst4 Gallery there is a section for the age of Spire. Warning: there are spoilers.

There is also a new feature on the main page so you can view the newest image added to the gallery.

Date: September 28th, 2004
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Myst 4 Revelation Now in Stores

Myst 4 can now be found in stores and ordered off the Ubisoft store... Enjoy your explorations

Date: September 16th, 2004
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Myst4 System Requirements Announced

• G4 667 MHz
• 128 MB RAM
• 32 MB video card
• Nvidia Geforce 2, 4, FX, ATI 7500-9600
• DVD-Drive
• OSX 10.2 (Jaguar) or better

• Pentium III 700 MHz
• 128 MB RAM, 256 MB on XP
• 32 MB video card, Nvidia Geforce 1, 2, 3, 4, FX, ATI 7000-9800, Matrox Parehlia, Intel i865G - intel i915G
• DVD-Drive
• Win 98, Win Me, Win 2000, Win XP


Date: August 7th, 2004
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Myst4 Demo Premiers Monday

Gamespot announced that it will be releasing the Demo for Myst4 on Monday, August 9th. Subscription to Gamespot required for download.

Gamespot Myst4 Demo


Date: July 10th, 2004
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Myst4 Demo Complete

The Demo for Myst4 has been completed and will be available for download in 3 to 4 weeks.

Date: June 15th, 2004
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Myst4 Revelation Movement

Pat, a member of the development team for Myst4 Revelation, said that the movement in Myst4 will be, "in bubbles" like in Myst3 Exile only higher quality.

Date: May 16th, 2004
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E3 Trailer and More Revelations

The French Ubi site has posted the E3 Trailer. You can view it at

Other Features in Myst4 Revelation will be:

  • Depth of Field- Apparently the DOP will change depending on where the mouse is pointed, and it's optional.
  • Cursor options- We'll be able to choose the transparency color and left or right handedness of the cursor.
  • In game hint system- A help system with 3 levels of hints, each more revealing than the next, this feature is optional and you can choose whether or not you want to install the hint system.
  • Tactile sound hotspots- You will be able to touch various items and hear a response, like tapping something metal will create a *ting* sound etc.
  • In game camera and journal- Record your thoughts and clues in a Journal and throw away your sketching pad and just take a picture of that tricky clue you may need later.

Also, Gamespot reveals many spoilers in their recent article:

Myst IV Revelation E3 2004 Preshow Impressions

The Myst series endures as one of the most beloved in gaming, with its characteristically rich, immersive, beautiful worlds, interesting characters, involved mythos, and challenging puzzles. It's also endured many changes in its development teams, and this time, it's Ubisoft Montreal who will be bringing us Myst IV Revelations. In our first look at the game, it seems as if Ubisoft Montreal is well on its way to producing an interesting and worthy successor to the Myst name.

The story of Myst IV Revelations will harken back to the very first game, Myst, and your two major antagonists in that game, the brothers Sirrus and Achenar. Fans of Myst will recall that at the end of the original game you imprisoned the corrupt brothers in the worlds of two separate books. In this game, Atrus (the father of Sirrus and Achenar) is petitioned by his wife, Catherine, to finally free their sons from their punishment. As they argue, there's an explosion in one of Atrus' labs and their 10-year-old daughter, Yeesha, disappears. Atrus appeals to you for assistance in finding her, and you will embark on a journey that will take you through four different "ages," including the worlds that you stranded Sirrus and Achenar in, in the first game. Ubisoft Montreal promises that Myst IV Revelations will at last reveal what has happened to the brothers.

The game will play much like the other titles in the series, as a first-person adventure. You will be able to move through the world and explore its many areas by simple mouse-clicks. You will be able to interact with just about anything you can reach in the game, from turning on a table lamp, to crouching by a puddle of water and touching its surface to create ripples, to using your hand to gently swat away moths from a light source. You'll pick up a number of different items in the game, and one such item that we saw was an amulet that had belonged to Yeesha. Upon picking up the item, there was a flashback sequence depicting Yeesha herself fleeing from someone or something. The developers told us that there will be numerous flashbacks of this type during the game as you uncover the mysteries surrounding the girl's disappearance. There will also be many journals scattered throughout the different worlds that will provide backstory and context to the game, and we were told that puzzle solutions won't depend on information found in these supplemental materials. Also, the game will have an available "hint" system for puzzles that you will be able to consult for up to three levels of clues to complete certain challenges.

The developers refer to Myst IV Revelations as "Myst comes to life," and the level of detail and immersion in the areas of the game that we saw would support this statement. The environments were full of the kind of rich detail that's come to be expected of Myst games, but instead of resembling static portraits, many had dynamic elements. In a jungle, bog-type world that we saw, the air was alive with dragonflies flitting to and fro and strange creatures preening themselves by the water. Another world consisted of a barren, rocky island surrounded by jutting crags that were being pounded by surf that exploded against the rocks and into the air. On the sand, crabs clustered around a dead fish, feeding themselves. (Apparently, one of the brothers was confined to this island.)

Such environments were also full of sounds, like the surf and the insects. In addition, when interacting with objects, there were a myriad of sound effects. Tapping on a table produced a heavy, wooden sound, and tapping on a glass lamp produced a light, ringing sound. While most of the cast of characters is not yet finalized, Rand Miller (one of the founders of Cyan, who developed the original Myst) will be reprising his role as Atrus.

Fans of the Myst series and adventure game fans will definitely want to keep their eyes on Myst IV Revelations, which is currently scheduled for release on the PC in September of this year.

By Bethany Massimilla, GameSpot POSTED: 05/12/04 06:21AM


Date: May 10th, 2004
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Myst4 Release Date has reported that the German Ubi site has announced that Myst4: Revelation will be released September 9th, 2004.

Ubisoft Germany List

Date: April 5th, 2004
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Myst4: Revelation

Press Release:


Paris - France- April 5, 2004 - Ubisoft, one of the world's largest video game publishers, today revealed the critically acclaimed and best-selling Myst® franchise will launch its newest adventure, Myst® IV Revelation, this fall.

Peter Gabriel, world-renowned recording artist, composed an individual song to compliment the soundtrack of award-winning composer Jack Wall which creates the game's immersive and ambient soundtrack."

The official Myst Revelation website is here

Date: March 12th, 2004
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First Myst4 Screen Shot

GasStationStan at Mystobsession released the first screen shot from Myst4. It's a snap shot of a computer screen. It's been cropped here in the MystIV Gallery

Date: February 14th, 2004
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Myst4 Team

Jack Wall, composer of the sound track in Myst3 has been hired to do the music of Myst4. He will be working along side with Audio Artistic Director Simon Pressey of Ubisoft. More than likely, Myst4's music will be orchestated. Myst3's music was conducted with the Seattle Symphony.

Music 4 Games

There are rumors that Leni Parker applied for a part in Myst4. Leni Parker website

Apparently David Locke will be the 3D artist working on the special effects.

Date: February 14th, 2004
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Myst4 Details

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