For Gamescom 2018 week, Life is Strange and Vampyr developer DONTNOD Entertainment has released new trailer for two of their upcoming projects: Life is Strange 2 and Twin Mirror.
Life is Strange 2 is the five-episode sequel to their 2015 episodic graphic adventure. It follows a prequel to the original game released last year, Life is Strange: Before the Storm, and a free-to-play prequel to this sequel titled The Awesome Adventures of Captain Spirit which was released a couple of months back. Twin Mirror is a three-episode story-driven investigation game.
You can find more info and check out the two new trailers below.
I’ve never heard of A Plague Tale: Innocence from developer Asobo Studio, let alone seen anything from it. But it’s been in the works for a while now.
The game follows the journey of a brother and sister across 14th century France as the Black Death ravages the world around them. For Gamescom 2018, publisher Focus Home Interactive has shared a 16-minute gameplay demo to showcase how it looks. And it looks pretty darn good. Dark and depressing, but good nonetheless.
Continue below for more on the game and to check out the gameplay demo, along with some previously released trailers.
Back at E3 2017 we saw a trailer for a game called Transference. It comes from SpectreVision, a company co-founded by Elijah Wood which is known mainly for its film production (Cooties, A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night, The Boy), and Ubisoft. The game aims to blend the worlds of movies and video games into one experience, with both gameplay and live-action video. The cast includes Macon Blair, who starred in Blue Ruin, Green Room, and the upcoming Hold the Dark from director Jeremy Saulnier.
Another trailer was released for E3 2018 a couple of months back, and now a gameplay walkthrough video and demo trailer have been released for Gamescom 2018. You can find more info on the game, as well as both of those videos along with the E3 2018 trailer below if you missed it.
The developer behind Until Dawn, Hidden Agenda, and The Inpatient, Supermassive Games, has announced a new project, The Dark Pictures Anthology.
The new game, like their recent releases, will be a cinematic experience. But this time it’s going to be a series of standalone stories instead of just one. It’s also been announced that the first episode of these new stories will be titled “Man of Medan,” and it will be released sometime in 2019.
You can read more on The Dark Pictures Anthology and watch an announcement trailer for the game below.
The thing that stood out most in the E3 2018 trailer for Just Cause 4, was of course the reveal that the game would have a tornado in it.
For Gamescom 2018, a new gameplay video has been released. It shows off some of the things you can do in the game, but also heavily focuses at that looming force of nature. Continue below for more on the game and to watch the video.