Myst fans in London this weekend could consider visiting the County Hall Gallery to take a look at Ubisoft's exhibition of artwork and creative models it used to make Myst IV: Revelation.
The free exhibition is being held in the gallery adjacent to the Dali Universe exhibition, which is also currently showing Pablo Picasso works. Entrance to the Myst exhibits is free, and it's open between 10am until 6pm between September 17-19.
Other highlights of the Myst show include sketches, story boards and character costumes, along with a chance to put the game through its paces on a rank of Macs and PCs.
County Hall Gallery head of marketing, Jenny Bidwell, said: "Dali's dreamlike and surreal landscapes provide the ideal background for Myst IV's fantastical virtual world. Salvador Dali and Myst both strive to push the boundaries and challenge our perceptions of reality.
"We are delighted to host this exhibition that provides the unique opportunity for the public to witness the continued influences of the great surrealist."
Myst IV ships later this month.