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Control's new trailer gives us a glimpse inside the trippy skyscraper that's home to the Bureau

The new trailer for Remedy's Control is some creepy looking s**t.

Control is the upcoming third-person shooter from Max Payne developer Remedy, and in the latest trailer we get a look inside the Oldest House - the skyscraper that's home to the Federal Bureau of Control.

The cinematic trailer is narrated by Max Payne voice actor James McCaffrey, who plays former director of the Federal Bureau of Control, Zachariah Trench.

McCaffrey is joined by Alan Wake voice actor, Matthew Porretta, who plays Control's head of research, Dr. Casper Darling.

Courtney Hope, who voiced Quantum Break's Beth, is playing protagonist Jesse Faden.

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"The Oldest House is a flawed, dark, dangerous but beautiful place of power with a personality of its own," reads the video's description.

"Within The Oldest House resides the mysterious organization known as the Federal Bureau of Control, a secret government institute responsible for the research and containment of otherworldly phenomena. The Bureau are now facing a threat beyond anything they could ever imagine."

We got a hands-off demo of the game at Gamescom earlier this year, which showed off the studio's new physics engine to facilitate the physics-based gameplay.

Control is scheduled for a 2019 release on PC, PS4, and Xbox One.

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