Developer DON’T NOD which developed Life is Unusual and Life is Unusual 2, has launched a brand new teaser screenshot for its upcoming narrative pushed title. The tweet additionally declares that the corporate is at present hiring. In 2021, DON’T NOD CEO Oskar Guilbert claimed that the corporate seeks to make their very own Mental property. Sq. Enix not too long ago introduced that Life is Unusual 2 will launch on Nintendo change on February 2.
“Right here’s somewhat glimpse of what DON’T NOD Montreal is brewing!,” reads the tweet. “Does it convey again childhood reminiscences? We’re searching for abilities to affix the staff in Montreal on this new narrative recreation! Discover all our job openings right here.”
The award-winning Life is Unusual sequence continues with an all-new story from DON’T NOD.
After a tragic incident, brothers Sean and Daniel Diaz run away from house. Fearing the police, and coping with Daniel’s newly manifested telekinetic energy—the facility to maneuver objects along with your thoughts—the boys resolve to journey to their father’s hometown of Puerto Lobos in Mexico for security.
Out of the blue, sixteen year-old Sean is liable for Daniel’s security, shelter, and instructing him proper from incorrect. As Daniel’s energy grows, it’s as much as Sean to resolve the foundations by which they reside. Maintain the facility secret, or use it to assist them of their journey? Beg, borrow, or steal? Attain out to household, or keep hidden?
As Sean, your decisions form the fates of the Diaz brothers, and the lives of everybody they meet.
From Seattle, to Portland, to California… by way of fuel stations, deserted shacks, backstreets and forests… the street to Mexico is lengthy and full of hazard—but in addition friendship, surprise, and alternative.
That is the journey that might bond Sean and Daniel endlessly… or tear their brotherhood aside.
Award profitable storytelling.
Daniel is at all times studying from Sean—and what you educate him has far-reaching penalties.
Beautiful visuals and painted by hand textures.
Emotive authentic soundtrack from Jonathan Morali, composer of the unique Life is Unusual—plus licensed tracks from Phoenix, The Streets, Sufjan Stevens, Bloc Get together, First Assist Equipment, and extra.
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