Single-player third-person experience video game Last Stop will release for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC by means of Steam on July 22, publisher Annapurna Interactive and designer Variable State revealed.
Here is an overview of the video game, via its Steam page:
A video game about secret lives, the ties that bind and how magic can be discovered in the ordinary.
Last Stop is a single-player third-person adventure embeded in present day London.
Composed and established by Variable State, developers of the award-winning Virginia, Last Stop tells three interconnected tales including 3 playable main characters.
- Donna, a spaced-out high-schooler who feels trapped by her suppressing home life and her overprotective huge sibling. Far from house, Donna looks for teenage thrills with her friends Becky and Vivek, but gets more than she anticipated when the trio ended up being unforeseen kidnappers in a game of amateur investigator gone wrong.
- John, an overworked middle-aged single daddy. Burdened with debt and the pressures of being an only moms and dad, John jealously pines after the free-and-easy life of his twenty-something bachelor next-door neighbor, Jack. When the pair unintentionally fall foul of a vengeful stranger, a cursed artefact threatens to change their lives permanently.
- Meena, a ruthlessly enthusiastic expert who struggles to find the exact same satisfaction with her family that she performs in the thrill of her work. As Meena vies with an upstart coworker for an important promo, something ancient stirs in the basement below her work environment.
Last Stop is fully voice acted, including hours of discussion and a voice cast of dozens, with performances from some of the brightest skill in the UK today, including rising star Lulu Simpson as Molly Smith.
Last Stop features an initial soundtrack by BAFTA award winning composer Lyndon Holland, carried out by the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra.
Roleplay as three unique characters. Choose to shape their discussions. Walk in their shoes and find where their individual stories lead.
Watch a new trailer below.
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