Annapurna Interactive’s first in-house recreation is a sequel to a traditional Ridley Scott movie

Kath Santarin
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Revealed throughout final evening's Annapurna Interactive Showcase (June 29), the writer had loads of new video games and updates to older ones to point out off. One of many highlights of the present, nonetheless, was the shock reveal of the brand new recreation Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth.

In a short however highly effective cinematic trailer revealing the sport, we’ll be taking part in as a mysterious, unnamed Blade Runner who's exploring an space often called ‘the land of the lifeless’. Not a lot else is revealed to us apart from that, however the trailer definitely catches the identical environment that we witness in each movies within the franchise, Blade Runner and Blade Runner 2049. Test it out above.

With the movies in thoughts, Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth is seemingly canon, and can happen between the occasions of Ridley Scott’s Blade Runner from 1982, and the 2017 sequel, Blade Runner 2049. We all know that the sport will probably be set after the occasions of the Blackout, and its Steam web page asks “what does a Blade Runner do when there aren't any Replicants left to hunt?”

I’m unsure, however I'm certain we will probably be listening to extra particulars quickly. All in all, I'm personally glad to see the Blade Runner franchise obtain extra love and a spotlight; it is a universe I've at all times wished to see expanded upon and explored additional. What’s additionally attention-grabbing about Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth is that it's being developed by Annapurna Interactive itself, who has solely printed video games up till this level. This marks a primary for Annapurna’s inside studio, and I look ahead to seeing what it manages to prepare dinner up; hopefully, we'll be embarking on a sci-fi noir journey, very like the movies.

Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth will probably be launched on each PC and consoles, however there’s no phrase of once we’ll have the sport in our palms simply but. I’ll be retaining this one on my radar, that’s for certain, however what do you assume?

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