Developers of Until Dawn Announce Their New Game 'Hidden Agenda' That has a Trailer

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During Sony’s pre E3 show, a different game called ‘Hidden Agenda’ was announced and is particularly being manufactured by Supermassive Games, exactly the same team who labored on Until Dawn. Hidden Agenda use a different feature called ‘Playlink’ that is certainly exclusive to the PlayStation 4.

Hidden Agenda is referred to as a “gritty, crime thriller” that can be played on your own or collaboratively. The action uses smartphones and is able to be used around 5 people. Players will vote on choices applying their phones and quite a few vote will win, causing said course of action place. Like Until Dawn, the overall game involves making choices that can heavily get a new games story. Decisions you and your friends make are able to keep a personality alive or could finish up killing that special someone.

The story requires a serial killer called the Trapper that has been killing people for any prolonged timeframe. He makes a speciality of (you got it right) traps; he places them for the bodies of his victims so then folks will get caught within a deadly trap whilst investigating the murder.

Hidden Agenda is scheduled to release in 2017 mainly for the PS4.

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