Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind Life Is Strange and Vampyr, is growing a brand new sport known as Twin Mirror. Here’s a model new trailer launched at Gamescom:- Advertisement -
And here is the sooner E3 trailer:
Twin Mirror tells the story of a person named Sam who returns to his hometown of Basswood, West Virginia to attend a good friend’s funeral. This seemingly easy occasion turns into way more dramatic when Sam wakes up one morning with none recollection of what occurred the evening earlier than. However, a bloody shirt subsequent to his mattress leaves Sam to consider that one thing horrible has occurred. He should now discover his hometown with the intention to uncover what’s going on and the way he matches into it.
The sport is described by Dontnod as a “story-driven investigation sport” that may require gamers to discover a spot the place “the road between fact and deception is blurred.” That leads us to consider that this sport will discover a number of the similar mature themes seen in Life is Strange, however we’re uncertain whether or not this sport will likely be extra of an interactive story like Life is Strange was or one thing nearer to a “conventional” sport much like Vampyr.
Regardless, this psychological thriller wields a Twin Peaks meets Hangover vibe that has us intrigued. Can this sport stay as much as the promise of its environment? We’ll know for positive when Twin Mirror is launched for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC someday in 2019.
Of course, this is not the one sport that Dontnod is engaged on. The studio can be growing one other Life Is Strange sport that appears to be a sequel to the unique title (in contrast to the prequel, Before the Storm, which we reviewed right here).
Dontnod additionally not too long ago launched the tepid action-RPG title, Vampyr. While our overview of the sport highlights the title’s gameplay faults, some have said that the title’s environment and plot signify the arrival of higher video games to come back from this studio.
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