In Twin Mirror, a man named Sam returns to the town of Basswood, West Virginia for a friend's funeral. But, things start to take a turn for the worse when Sam wakes up in his hotel room the next day. You must help Sam solve a murder mystery.
Twin Mirror, which is being published by Bandai Namco, will be released next year. Twin Mirror is being developed by Bandai Namco and Dontnod, the creators of Life is odd and Vampyr.
Three days have now passed in PlayStation's countdown to its E3 showcase on June 11. Although we don't have enough information about it, we do know that it will be developed by DONTNOD Entertainment, it will be a story-driven investigation game, and will release in 2019.
The game has a dark tone and is described as a psychological thriller. Much like Life is odd, the game will confront many heavy themes; he must come to terms with heartbreak in a place where "the line between truth and deception is blurred". "A broken heart. A hometown that's no longer home", says the game's newly-launch Twitter page. With no memory of the night before and an ominously bloody shirt as his only clues, will Sam find the truth? TechRadar will continue to report the latest PlayStation news in the run up to the E3 showcase, when we'll be coming to you live from Los Angeles with the biggest announcements of the show. "#PS4 #X1 #PC #TwinMirror". Twin Mirror will follow in a similar style with Vampyr, just with less supernatural elements and more hypocrisy.
Since the official announcement occured no gameplay footage or screenshots have been revealed of Life Is Strange 2.
So E3 2018, which comes over a year since the big reveal, would be the flawless place to showcase more on the mysterious LiS follow-up.