Virginia dev’s supernatural “anthology drama” Final Cease exhibits off new gameplay • Eurogamer.web

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Coming to Xbox and PC later this yr.

Variable State, the developer behind 2016’s small city thriller journey Virginia, has supplied a better take a look at its upcoming supernatural anthology drama Final Cease in a brand new gameplay trailer.

Final Cease, which was unveiled again in 2019, is described as a recreation about “secret lives, the ties that bind, and the way magic may be discovered within the mundane”. It tells three often interweaving tales set in modern-day London, every focussing on a unique forged of characters.

Variable State’s newest take a look at Final Cease hones in a kind of characters, John – an “overworked middle-aged single dad” who, because of the aforementioned supernatural malarky, has by accident swapped our bodies together with his subsequent door neighbour Jack. The pair should work collectively to return to their authentic our bodies and lives.

Final Cease – Gameplay Demo.

In Variable State’s new five-minute gameplay section, John should try to get via a piece day at Jack’s workplace with out elevating the suspicions of his colleagues.

Final Cease is being launched by by Annapurna Interactive – the writer behind the likes of What Stays of Edith Finch, Outer Wilds, and Sayonara Wild Hearts – and can function a soundtrack by BAFTA-winning composer Lyndon Holland, who created Virginia’s beautiful rating.

It is anticipated to launch on Steam and Xbox later this yr.

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