We also got a look at a trailer for the game, which actually gave us some psychological thriller Alan Wake vibes until things got a little trippy towards the end. Check out the first trailer for Twin Mirror, below.
It's being developed by Dontnod Entertainment, the studio behind Life is odd and Vampyr, so it's no wonder the game will revolve around player choice as part of a branching narrative. The game was announced on Sony livestream today.
You play as Sam, who returns to his (desolate) hometown of Basswood, West Virginia to attend the funeral of his best friend. With a shirt covered in blood and no whereabouts of the previous night, it's now up to Sam to recall his memories and search for disparate clues in Basswood to find the truth in this mysterious investigation!
'Twin Mirror offers the ability to dive into Sam's painful memories to personally and uniquely shape the investigation through a series of gut-wrenchingly impactful choices, each bringing the player one step closer to discovering both the truth, and their place in the world'.
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Like Life is odd and Vampyr before it, Twin Mirror has a moody, atmospheric vibe to it. Dontnod seems to be doubling down on compelling, story-driven experiences.
Life is unusual maker, Dontnod Entertainment, is now scheduled to launch Twin Mirror at some point in 2019 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.
The game's due out in 2019, and it sounds absolutely superb.
Those intrigued by the announcement for Twin Mirror will likely learn more about the new project from Dontnod quite soon, as E3 2018 is right around the corner.