The Bradwell Conspiracy Sneak in with a Narrative-Driven First Person Trailer

The Bradwell Conspiracy Sneak in with a Narrative-Driven First Person Trailer

Bossa Studios today announced that The Bradwell Conspiracy, a narrative-driven first-person game will be launching on multiple platforms

Bossa Studios, who is a BAFTA-winning independent games developer and publisher based in London and Seattle, have today announced their new game The Bradwell Conspiracy in a rather mysterious teaser trailer.

The trailer starts with an advertisement type of announcement which talks about Bradwell Electronics, but between the words you witness the screen going fuzzy and cutting into different shots of what seems to be offices and a hallway at the establishment. It’s all rather cloak and dagger!

Although it may seem quite confusing at first, I’ve no doubt that this will be an interesting concept given that Bossa Studios have collaborated with A Brave Plan, a team of AAA veterans with the likes of Fable, Batman, Tomb Raider, and Ether One under their collective dev belts and a vocal cast including Abubakar Salim from Assassin’s Creed Origins.

In The Bradwell Conspiracy, players take on the role of a protagonist who remains unnamed for now. You wake up after being knocked unconscious following an explosion and stumble across another survivor, Amber, who is trapped on the other side of a locked doorway, probably trapped from the blast I’m guessing. Your only method of communication with Amber is via a pair of Bradwell AR Smart Glasses.

You and Amber work together through sending each other pictures of your surroundings, in the hopes of evading your sticky situation, but in doing so, you start to unearth the true secrets the company in which they’ve been hiding, unmasking sickening truths.

The Bradwell Conspiracy is a multi-platform game, although the studio has yet to announce all the platforms it will be released on, which I am sure they will when they release an announced date.

Check out The Bradwell Conspiracy teaser trailer below, alongside some screenshots: