Remedy Entertainment announces Control is the title of their upcoming game
previously known by the codename P7, saying this will come to Steam, PlayStation
4, and Xbox One in 2019. This is a third-person, supernatural action/adventure that
Remedy calls their "most ambitious game yet." The
Control Website is now online as a
home base for this project, and the
debuted at the Sony press conference to provide a first look at what to expect.
Here's an outline:
After a secretive agency in New York is invaded by an
otherworldly threat, players will take on the role of Jesse Faden, the new
Director struggling to regain Control. This sandbox-style, gameplay-driven
experience built on the proprietary Northlight engine challenges players to
master a combination of supernatural abilities, modifiable loadouts and reactive
environments while fighting through the deep and mysterious worlds Remedy is
known and loved for.
“Control represents a new exciting chapter for us, it redefines what a Remedy
game is. It shows off our unique ability to build compelling worlds while
providing a new player-driven way to experience them,” said Mikael Kasurinen,
game director of Control. “A key focus for Remedy has been to provide more
agency through gameplay and allow our audience to experience the story of the
world at their own pace”
“From our first meetings with Remedy we’ve been inspired by the vision and scope
of Control, and we are proud to help them bring this game to life and get it
into the hands of players,” said Neil Ralley, president of 505 Games. “We
believe this is going to be another major hit for both our companies, on a
bigger scale than ever before.”
Creston wrote on Jun 12, 2018, 13:30: Remedy is still around? Despite that monstrous flop they last produced?? (Forgot what it's called. That weird game where after every level they made you download a 30 Gig, 25 minute fucking TV episode.)
I thought they'd have gone belly up.
This trailer had me think of Quantum Break immediately when the action started.
Remedy is still around? Despite that monstrous flop they last produced?? (Forgot what it's called. That weird game where after every level they made you download a 30 Gig, 25 minute fucking TV episode.)