Bandai Namco Releases New Trailer for Surrealistic Horror Game Get Even

on May 1, 2017 1:15 PM

Back in February, Polish developer The Farm 51 and publisher Bandai Namco announced that after three years in development, surrealistic horror game, Get Even, was finally set to launch on PS4, Xbox One, and PC on May 26, 2017. Today, the pair released a new trailer titled “Sorting it Out.”

The new trailer — which is 52 seconds long — explores the idea that in the game it’s often difficult to sort out what’s real and what’s not real.  Here’s an (rather ambiguous) overview of the game via Bandai Namco:

Cole Black is a man with questions…
Or so he is told.
When he awakes in an old abandoned asylum, his sole memory is the attempted rescue of a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. Everything else is blank.
With a strange technology fused to his head – used to read and replay human memory – Black travels into the depths of his own mind. To find the truth of his past. To find the truth of what happened. And to answer two very simple questions:
‘Why were you there?’ and, ‘Who was the girl?’

Key Features:

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO A MATURE, MOVIE-LIKE STORY

Go deep into an intimate and mature story that unfolds in a movie-like way. Forget good and bad, your choices will bear their own consequences and affect the evolution of the game.

INVESTIGATE AND STRIKE HARD TO UNCOVER THE TRUTH

Incarnate Black, a private investigator, and take down your enemies to gather evidence and solve puzzles that will help you further the investigation.

EXPERIENCE THE AUDIO REVOLUTION OF GET EVEN

Delve into environments framed by a unique and deep audio design that interacts with your actions.

A price-point for Get Even has yet to be divulged; but hey, at least we get this cool new trailer:

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