Time travel, Lovecraftian influences and a new character are involved in the story.
Remember Freebird Games’ Impostor Factory, a seemingly new IP? The developer is now referring to it as To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory, a follow-up for To the Moon and Finding Paradise. Check out the announcement trailer below – the game is out on Steam at the end of next year.
Much like its predecessors, this is a narrative-driven adventure title. This time around, the story focuses on Quincy, who went to a “parteh” at a strange mansion. Soon enough, he discovers a time machine, other people start dying and Lovecraftian tentacles get involved. As per the official Steam page, “That’s around 1/3 of what the game is really about.”
You’ll still get that “cozy mix between adventure game elements and classic RPG aesthetics” so don’t worry. It also seems that we haven’t heard the last of Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts, characters from the previous games who help give dying individuals a chance to live out their deepest wish. Stay tuned for more details in the meantime – it’s going to be a long wait.