Beyond: Two Souls gets a new trailer

Tribeca film festival trailer.

Posted By | On 29th, Apr. 2013

Sony and Quantic Dream have released a new trailer for Beyond: Two Souls and it is something that’s a really gripping footage. The game was shown at Tribeca film festival recently and this was released along with the event.

The game features Ellen Page who plays the character Jodie and has a mysterious entity watching her back. The entity called Aiden can help her in certain situations and the game revolves over this story.

There’s also a gameplay footage floating around but that is too spoilerific for our tastes and this trailer does a great job in showing what the game is about.

It will be released on October 8 for the PS3 and would be Quantic Dream’s most ambitious title yet featuring a 2000 page script.

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