After a very, and I mean very long wait, Bandai Namco and The Farm 51 have released a new trailer for Get Even giving us our first real look at the game.

Here’s an official description of the game from the trailer:

With Cole Black’s memory lost, his job is to find out why a teenage girl has a bomb strapped to her chest. GET EVEN’s twisted tale will have players questioning their perceptions of reality and the true meaning of justice as they unravel the mystery of how Cole ended up in the asylum and the fate of that teenage girl. GET EVEN will deliver an unparalleled sense of immersion through the use of Auro-3D acoustics technology from Auro Technologies.

In Get Even the plot concept is innovative in its own right. The player will be able to choose from two campaigns, both of which will feature the same events, but from the perspective of two characters fighting against each other. Moreover, both campaigns will differ in terms of gameplay assumptions, and the story itself will be told primarily through gameplay elements, exploration and interaction with the surroundings, not through typical dialogues and film scenes. An essential element of the story told will be an expressive soundtrack and music, which will highlight the importance of featured events.

Interestingly there’s no mention of player controlled enemies in the game anymore, which was a key-selling point when the game was first announced way back in 2014. We’ll have to check in with The Farm 51 to see what all has changed from when the game was initially revealed.

Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think of the game and it’s rather intriguing plotline in the comments section. Get Even is scheduled for release in Spring 2017 on the PS4, Xbox One and PC.

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Nick Calandra
OnlySP founder and former site owner.

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