2K Games Teases “Advent,” Apparently a New Game Set in a Dystopian Future

on May 25, 2015 2:37 PM

During its latest financial conference call, Take-Two mentioned an unannounced AAA Game by 2K Games, and it might be what the developer is currently teasing on Twitter and with a new alternate reality website.

The game, which could be named “Advent,” seems to be set in a dystopian future, with elements of hacking and genetics involved. Looking at the site, you can see a few disturbance that seem to be caused by hacker denouncing Advent’s misdeeds, including millions of missing people.

The following text seems to give an interesting outlook on the setting.

“Amazing advancements in architectural construction have led to a new kind of city. The gleaming towers are specifically designed to utilize space in efficient ways never before seen, as well as provide the comforts and amentities of a resort. Each living unit is outlined with the very best in high-tech comfort and utilitarian style.

Protected 24 hours a day by ADVENT forces, citizens can have a peace of mind with the knowledge that their families are always safe.

ADVENT Cities are a fresh start. Join us and help us build a brighter future today.”

The setting sounds very BioShock-like, but it could easily be something entirely new. There’s also the possibility that this might be the game the new studio Hangar 13 has been working on.

The site also included three pictures, which could be screenshots or concept artwork, and a pamphlet publicizing Advent’s gene therapy. You can see them in the gallery below.

Of course we’ll keep you updated here on DualShockers on any new info that might surface.

 /  Executive News Editor
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