As seen in the footage below, players will take control of Twin Mirror's protagonist, Sam, an investigative journalist returning to his hometown of Basswood, West Virginia to bury a friend. Sam wakes up in a hotel with no memory of the previous night, only his own bloodstained shirt as a memento of the events that occurred. Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe Marketing Vice President Hervé Hoerdt mentioned that the game marks the publisher's debut in the genre, and explained that it aims to surpass high standards and lay the foundations for the development of narrative adventures in the years to come.
Developed by Dontnod and published by Bandai Namco, Twin Mirror seems to be a single-player story-driven adventure game, similar to Dontnod's most recent release, Vampyr. Will you help Sam find the truth?
'Twin Mirror is a game heavily rooted in the concept of duality, redemption and self-acceptance and is on track to deliver a stunning emotional journey, ' commented Dontnod CEO, Oskar Guilbert.More news: F1 Raceweek: Hamilton seeks to match Schumacher - Canadian Grand Prix in numbers
With that, Twin Mirror is billed as a "story-driven investigation game".
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Sam needs to recall his memories and search for clues to discover the truth in a mysterious investigation.
Twin Mirror will be coming to Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and PC in 2019.
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