Psychological Thriller Get Even To Release In May

Get Even, the psychological thriller from The Farm 51 and Bandai Namco has been given a release date of May 26, 2017.

In Get Even you play as Cole Black, who awakens with only a phone and a gun in an abandoned asylum not knowing how got there. Black’s only memory is that he must rescue a teenage girl from exploding – thanks to the device strapped to her chest.

The release date, which was spotted on the recent Get Even fact sheet makes no mention as to whether this is a global release date. The rating of game on the fact sheet is PEGI 16 (provisional), so one can safely assume that this date is for European territories. Given that Australia often uses European release dates, we can hope that this is the intended release date for Australia.

Bandai and The Farm 51 have revealed that the key features for Get Even are the following:

IMMERSE YOURSELF INTO A MATURE, MOVIE-LIKE STORY:
Go deep into an intimate and mature story that unfolds in a movie-like way. Forget good and bad, your
choices will bear their own consequences and affect the evolution of the game.

INVESTIGATE AND STRIKE HARD TO UNCOVER THE TRUTH:
Incarnate Black, a private investigator, and take down your enemies to gather evidence and solve puzzles
that will help your further the investigation.

EXPERIENCE THE GRAPHICAL AND AUDIO REVOLUTION OF GET EVEN:
Delve into true-to-life environments recreated by a unique 3D-scanning technology, for absolute
immersion. All this framed by a unique and deep audio design that interacts with your actions.

A new trailer was also released for the game, which you can view below:

Jordan from DYEGB went hands-on with Get Even earlier this week. Expect a full preview in the next few days.

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