Krillbite, the Norwegian studio responsible for 2014’s Among the Sleep, has released a brief new trailer for its mysterious upcoming project, Mosaic.
The teaser, which clocks in under a minute long in total, introduces the mundane everyday of the protagonist as he goes his travel and work before beginning to delve into weirdness. First, the character appears shrunken to the size of ant, then shown climbing a tower that pans out to become the game’s logo.
Few details about the project are available at present, though Krillbite has previously revealed that it aims to explore the mundanity and isolation of adult life through a point-and-click narrative game. As such, Mosaic represents a significant departure from Among the Sleep, which was a horror game blending nightmares and reality from the perspective of a toddler.
Mosaic was originally revealed in early 2016 when it was scheduled for a release in 2017. Krillbite has been quiet on the title since then, but has a playable build available at GDC. The game is now targeting a late 2018 launch on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.