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Get Even launches this week on PS4, Xbox One and PC

Uncover the truth.

© Bandai Namco / The Farm 51

Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe and The Farm 51 are to release their psychological thriller Get Even later this week on PS4, Xbox One and PC. The game was originally set for a May release but was slightly delayed.

Players take the role of a man named Cole Black who awakens in an old abandoned asylum. Black has a single memory of a failed attempt to rescue a teenage girl with a bomb strapped to her chest. Guided by an anonymous captor called Red, Black must embark on a form of treatment using the strange headset fused to his head. The headset allows him to relive his past memories to uncover the truth before he loses his mind.

Watch the Get Even launch trailer below:


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In Get Even the decisions you make have consequences and influence the game. The developers have promised an intimate and mature story that unfolds like a movie. It offers uncommon gameplay enhanced by an amazing score created by IFMCA award-winning composer Olivier Derivière.

The experience is also amplified by a scenario written by Iain Sharkey and Stephen Long who built a story driven adventure with a lot of mystery and confusion where emotions will drive your decisions. To complete this stressful atmosphere, the cutting-edge Auro-3D technology from Auro Technologies simulates an ultra-realistic audio rendering of your surroundings.

Digital and physical versions of Get Even will be available on 23rd June on PS4 and Xbox One. PC versions are available now and the physical PC versions will be available from 23rd June.

Check out the official Get Even website for more information.

View some Get Even screenshots in our gallery:

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