The game won't be too hard to get into because they have plans on reintroducing newcomers and old-school fans to the characters and settings to help acquaint everybody with the new story that they plan to tell.
THQ Nordic is happy to keep them coming too, as they've just announced Black Mirror, a self-described "gothic horror adventure". Further, it has nothing to do with the popular Netflix series of the same name.
Black Mirror is being developed by KING Art Games, who developed the rather fantastic Book Of Unwritten Tales games. The biggest change between the old series and this latest game is, aside from modern graphics, a new gameplay element that enables the player to interact with vision-like apparitions. The game is being developed by KING Art Games, and follows a character named David Gordon, who finds himself at his family's ancestral home in the Scottish highlands, following the sudden death of his father. Playing as David Gordon, players will get to focus on the investigation of the nightmarish visions that plague his mind.
Black Mirror is a point a click-adventure title and a reboot of the early 2000s Gothic-horror series. A life that is soon threatened by the dark secrets that claimed the sanity of many Gordons before him. Blood is not always thicker than water.
A playable demo of Black Mirror will be ready for gamescom 2017 for both industry and public visitors to try out, and the THQ Nordic Stand (A011) is in the Entertainment Area in Hall 8.
Founded in 2011, THQ Nordic is a global video game publisher and developer.