Question's first project is called The Blackout Club, a cooperative paranormal horror game about a group of teens who have experienced unusual blackouts (and not like the house party rager kind of blackouts). Together they will discover a maze of tunnels - a hostile underworld filled with hypnotic music and populated by a clandestine group of adults - all beneath their seemingly idyllic suburbs.
The rebellious teens are charged with getting evidence of the conspiracy on camera in order to expose it to the world, but that task won't be easy.
The Blackout Club will be coming out in 2019 on the Ps4, Xbox One, and PC. When they try to tell people about it no one believes them so what you'll need to do as players is get evidence of this unusual behaviour on camera. Players will be able to choose what abilities and equipment their characters have, and they'll have to evade enemies in a town with procedurally generated obstacles and loot drops all while searching for clues. The club must trust no one as they get closer to finding out what happened to their missing friend - and the cause of their uncontrollable blackouts.
Dangers lurking in the night will include sleepwalking adults and an entity "that pursues its prey relentlessly" and "can't be seen with open eyes". The last player left standing must avoid attracting the attention of an even more risky entity - one that pursues its prey relentlessly - one that can't be seen with open eyes...
Michael Kelly, producer and designer at Question, gave the PlayStation Blog a brief description: "In The Blackout Club, up to four players become a team of teenage investigators uncovering a monstrous secret at the heart of their quiet community". You can check out a teaser for the game below.
Others on the development staff at Question have experience designing games such as Thief, Preyand BioShock Infinite.
You are a teenager from a small, modern town.