Everyone's Favorite Green Goblin in Beyond: Two Souls

March 1, 2013

Beyond: Two Souls just got some more star powering with the addition of Willem Dafoe that will star as Nathan Dawkins. Dawkins is a government scientist that works to analyse Jodie and there will be tons of interaction between the two with a bond being formed.

Beyond puts players in the role of Jodie who possesses a supernatural power to link with an invisible entity called Aiden. Players will be able to experience 15 years of Jodie’s life and create a link with her.

To spice up the good news of Green Goblin joining the cast, Quantic Dream has released a new trailer showing off gameplay from when Jodie and Nathan first meet. Even better news is that Beyond: Two Souls will be making its way to PlayStation 3’s on October 8th with those pre-ordering from GameStop getting access to an exclusive 30-minute playable scene.

Those that pre-order will also get a free upgrade to the Special Edition of Beyond that includes the following:

  • Steelbook Packaging
  • Behind The Scenes Video Features
  • Soundtrack
  • Dynamic Theme for the PS3
  • PS3 Avatar Bundle

The only thing that could make this announcement any better was if Willem Dafoe was going to be selling the game at specific GameStops dressed as the Green Goblin. Don’t forget to check out the two trailers below showing Gobby in the game.

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