Fans of To The Moon and Finding Paradise, rejoice: builders Freebird Games have announce-o-teased their new game. Though possibly don’t rejoice an excessive amount of, as a result of the brand new game is “a time-resetting thriller-mystery that involves a series of bloody murders”. That’s proper, no extra ethically questionable reminiscence meddling till folks consider they’ve fulfilled their desires. Only homicide now.
It’s known as Imposter Factory, and a teaser trailer awaits beneath. “Teaser” being the operative phrase.
For these that may’t see, that’s principally only a shot of a girl standing in a doorway, however casting a shadow of any individual who seems to be like they’re imprisoned in a tower. There are additionally two umbrellas. I don’t know if something might be learn into the umbrellas.
Imposter Factory is due out in 2020, and also you now know as a lot about it as I do.
I’m definitely intrigued, particularly as a result of this press launch doesn’t say that you simply’re fixing the murders – simply that the thriller includes them. I’m not saying Freebird Games would cease making completely peaceable adventures about folks struggling to do what they assume is correct and as an alternative put you within the footwear of a time-manipulating serial killer, however I’m not not saying that.
In extra healthful information, Freebird have additionally launched Paper Memories, a “50-page comic including stories from To the Moon, Finding Paradise, and the Sigmund Corp. doctors”. You can nab that for £1.43/$1.69/€1.35 from Steam, or order an almost-certainly-much-nicer paper copy from Freebird’s website.
I lied. To The Moon director Kan Gao did depart us another clue about Imposter Factory, although I’m unsure how a lot I’m displaying it to you as a result of it genuinely reveals one thing or as a result of I’ve a bizarre affection for the ASCII shrugging face.