The former BioShock developers at Fullbright have announced the new team’s first game.
Gone Home was debuted on the new developer’s blog, although it’s still in the very early stages. Fullbright describes it as being about “exploring a modern, residential locale, and discovering the story of what happened there by investigating a deeply interactive gameworld”.
The team is keen to push the simulation side of the game, particularly realistic physics, and the make the environment realistically explorable – every drawer, every cupboard.
Fullbright has constructed the core gameplay and user interface, and is working on fleshing out the first half of the game, with a very small percentage of art and audio complete. No word on when the Unity-powered, PC native title will release; Fullbright expects to share more details on the game’s story and do a proper trailer reveal in the next few months. Check out some very early footage below, and hit the link above for some screens.
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