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A Way Out Gameplay Footage Showcases Hospital Escape

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Today, the people behind the up and coming action-adventure game A Way Out have released a brand new segment of gameplay from the forthcoming title. Set in a hospital, it features both main characters attempting to escape and completes a great job offering players a glance at how the game will operate when it launches in the not so distant future.

Here is A Way Out Trailer:

As you can tell from the footage, the game will consistently transfer players starting with one viewpoint then onto the next, and this gameplay footage demonstrates that feature best. While one player is running past cops and causing mayhem, the camera rapidly changes to another character hoping to escape in another way.

Here’s what Paulmichael Contreras had said about A Way Out:

It appears the game’s title, A Way Out, will take on various meanings as the game advances. At the start of the game, the undeniable meaning is finding a way out of jail. In any case, we were demonstrated a point in the game approximately 3 – 5 hours in, and the two main characters Leo and Vincent had already broken out of jail (fun fact: Josef’s sibling, a kindred actor by the name of Fares, if movement capture for, and voices, Leo). Between one man’s broken family and another’s propensity towards brutality, A Way Out may also allude to finding a way out of the dead-end experience both of them are living.

A Way Out controls like an adventure game in the vein of Life Is Strange or The Walking Dead, where you walk up to items and individuals in the earth and interact with them. Where things wander is that when the time comes to make a choice, the two players have a say in what to do. You both have a cursor, and move it towards the choice you want to make; Josef indicated that he wants you two (or however many individuals are playing/watching the game) to talk to each other in real life and make sense of what you want to do. So it’ll be fascinating to perceive what the game does on the off chance that you cannot choose, or take too long to make a decision.

A Way Out will Launch on 23, 2018, For PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.

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