Christmas is gonna get creepy as Bloober Team has just released a new trailer for its upcoming horror game The Medium, which will be released this holiday for Xbox Series X and PC. The new trailer showcases the technology of a new Out of Body ability, which will allow players to control two versions of the protagonist.
Straight from the Microsoft Xbox Series X game showcase event, Bloober Team, the makers of Blair Witch, Observer and Layers of Fear, today showcased a brand-new trailer for The Medium, the third-person psychological horror game, featuring the unique and officially patented dual-reality gameplay within its eerie setting for the first time.
In the new Dual-reality trailer of The Medium, first seen live during the Microsoft Xbox Series X game showcase event, players can explore both the physical and spirit world realities displayed at the same time in the body of Marianne, a medium hounded by visions, living and interacting, across two worlds: the real and the spirit world. Throughout the trailer, Marianne’s movement through both worlds is controlled by a single analogue stick, while using different interactions between each of the worlds to solve puzzles and explore various paths. Viewers can also catch a glimpse of how Marianne in the Spirit World has different abilities than the real-world Marianne, including an ability called Out of Body.
Launching on Xbox Series X and PC in the 2020 Holiday season, The Medium renders two fully-fledged and visually distinct worlds simultaneously with no loading screens. Having access to both worlds gives a unique perspective to the tension-fueled, psychological horror game as the dual-reality gameplay with this visual fidelity only being possible on next-gen hardware.
Pre-Orders for The Medium are now open for both the Xbox Series X and PC via Steam on www.themediumgame.com. Players who pre-order the game on PC via Steam will get The Medium original soundtrack, featuring a ‘dual’ score soundtrack by legendary composer Akira Yamaoka, of Silent Hill fame, and Bloober Team’s Arkadiusz Reikowski, and the digital artbook for The Medium.
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