A Way out – Probably the biggest surprise from E3 2017
EA showcased many AAA titles this year. Examples like Need for Speed Payback, Madden 18, Starwars: Battlefront 2. But the biggest surprise comes with the reveal of new title “A Way Out”. With 1 minutes 42 seconds long reveal trailer and 2 minutes 38 seconds Game-play trailer , they surprised everyone at E3 because noone expected EA to takeover this kind of project.
Have a look at the game-play trailer:
A Way Out is an upcoming action-adventure video game being developed by Hazelight and published by Electronic Arts. It is the second video game to be directed by Josef Fares after Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons. Announced at E3 2017, the game will only be able to be played in either local or online split screen co-op between two players. It has no single player mode. In the game, players control Leo and Vincent. These are two convicted prisoners who must break out of prison and stay on the run from authorities.
As the story of both protagonists is told simultaneously, their progress may not be synchronized. It may result in one player being able to control their character, while another watching a cut scene. Players need to cooperate with each other in order to progress. Each situation can be approached differently, with both characters taking different roles.
Despite the game’s heavy focus on multiplayer, the game was described as an “emotional adventure”. As a result, cut scenes will play out even during online play to ensure that players can understand the story of the other character. The game features a wide variety of game-play sequences from stealth to driving to ensure that players are often presented with different game-play situations and generally make the game and its characters more interesting.
Game will also be available for PlayStation 4 and PC and not just X Box One which we thought when it featured at Microsoft’s Conference at E3. The game will be available in market in early 2018.
Stay tuned for more updates on the game…..
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