The recently announced The Bradwell Conspiracy, the newest game coming from I Am Bread and Surgeon Simulator developer Bossa Studios, finally has a confirmed release date, and it’s a lot sooner than you might think.
The Bradwell Conspiracy is set to launch on October 8 on PS4 and Steam, Nintendo Switch on October 10, and Xbox One finishing the week on October 11. The game is set to launch at $19.99 across all platforms.
In addition to confirming the release date, Bossa Studios also launched a new trailer for the game, this time showing off more of the photography and 3D printing mechanics hinted at in the original announcement. You can watch the trailer above.
The Bradwell Conspiracy is a first-person game where you play as a museum visitor waking up after an explosion at the Bradwell Stonehenge Museum. You must work with a Bradwell employee, named Amber, to escape the aftermath of the event. To do so, you can only communicate with Amber by sending pictures. You’ll be able to create items to help solve puzzles and mysteries, and uncover secrets of the museum, using the 3D printing mechanic.
Bossa Studios is best known for the hit physics game I Am Bread where you as a piece of bread searching to become a piece of toast. When traversing levels, you must keep the bread as edible as possible. I Am Bread has been ported to platforms, including PS4 and Xbox One, and multiple expansions have come since its initial release. The studio is also working on Surgeon Simulator CPR, a co-op focused version of the franchise, and Pigeon Simulator, where you cause mayhem as a pigeon.
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