The clock’s ticking in upcoming political journey The Occupation

The clock’s ticking in upcoming political journey The Occupation

Developer White Paper Video games has dropped a ten-minute gameplay video for his or her upcoming journey launch, The Occupation, which tells the story of a investigative journalist and their fast actions within the aftermath of a terror assault.

Set in 1987 Britain, a terrorist bombing incites the federal government to instill a draconian legislation often called The Union Act. Gamers take management of journalist Harvey Miller, and have 4 hours in actual time to look into the act, these behind it and the explanations behind its implementation. This may require asking some powerful questions, breaking some guidelines, and risking ruffling the feathers of some highly effective, and doubtlessly harmful, folks.

The Occupation’s story will advance by the second, no matter your actions, all of which may affect the sport’s consequence, so transfer rapidly, effectively and select the next move rigorously. It is an fascinating idea, although I am just a little thrown by the visible similarities to the terrible We Glad Few, which can be set in Britain. Nonetheless, the sport is the factor and what counts, and The Occupation would possibly show to be a tense, nervous and thrilling thriller.

We’ll discover out when The Occupation releases, March 5, on PS4, PC and Xbox One.

The clock's ticking in upcoming political adventure The Occupation screenshot