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Twin Mirror Launches On December 1st

Earlier this week, Dontnod Entertainment announced that their upcoming single-player adventure game Twin Mirror will launch on December 1st for PS4, Xbox One, and PC. The release date trailer is embedded above while a quick description of the game is included below.

Twin Mirror

In this psychological thriller, main character Sam Higgs returns to his childhood town for his best friend’s funeral. It quickly becomes obvious that this little West Virginian city holds numerous dark secrets. The former investigative journalist will employ his deductive skills to uncover the mysteries surrounding the city and its inhabitants.

Sam Higgs has developed multiple analytical skills represented in the game by the Mind Palace, a place where players will discover multiple aspects of Sam’s personality. Thanks to Twin Mirror’s unique gameplay mechanics, players will be able to study the environment and gather clues, creating simulations of multiple scenarios to deduce the course of events or predict the story’s key turning points.

Twin Mirror was originally planned as an episodic game but is now be a full game that will be self-published by Dontnod Entertainment. The French-based development studio released the final episode of Tell My Why on Xbox One and Microsoft Windows PCs earlier this month. It will be interesting to see if Twin Mirror also will be coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series S/X as that information remains under wraps for now. Stay tuned for more details on the game in more over the next few months.

Are any of you planning on picking up Twin Mirror when it debuts in December? Please feel free to let us know in the comments section below.

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