‘The Quiet Man’ Gets a New Trailer and Release Date (VIDEO)
After its cryptic reveal during Square Enix’s E3 Press Conference this year, many were wondering just what the heck ‘The Quiet Man’ was. The initial scenes in that first trailer strongly hinted toward it being some kind of FMV adventure game, which Square Enix has some experience in publishing given they published Life is Strange, but then the camera cut to show rendered characters and what looked like real-time combat. Now the idea of an FMV/Rendered Action game hybrid isn’t exactly new – Microsoft did it back in 2016 with Quantum Break – but seeing the mood and tone this game was setting was pretty weird to say the least. Now we have a new trailer featuring more of the silent lad, and we even get a release date! Check it out here:
Again, everything here seems pretty indecipherable. Luckily Square has our back with a little blurb about the game and perhaps why this man is so quiet:
Unraveling within a single night, players take the role of deaf protagonist Dane as he fights his way through a “soundless” world to discover the motives behind the kidnapping of a songstress from a mysterious masked man. Embark on an adrenaline-fueled motion picture like experience which can be completed in one sitting.”
So the game here doesn’t sound very long and the idea that we’ll be playing as a deaf protagonist sounds pretty interesting. I enjoyed games like Late Shift that could be experienced in one sitting, but that was an FMV interactive movie pretty much. Hopefully the game plays as interestingly as these trailers make it out to be!
The Quiet Man will be released only on digital for PlayStation 4 and Steam on November 1st, 2018.
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