Murder Mystery Machine for PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC launches August 25 – Gematsu
Murder Mystery Machine will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC via Steam on August 25, publisher Microids and developer Blazing Griffin announced.
The detective adventure game first launched for Apple Arcade in September 2019.
Murder Mystery Machine will also be part of Indie Arena Booth Online 2021, where visitors will be able to experience its own digital booth with posters, an arcade featuring the game’s demo, and a screen to view the game’s trailers.
“It’s wonderful to be part of the Indie Arena Booth Online along with many talented indie creators!” said Blazing Griffin co-head Justin Alae-Carew in a press release. “We’re very excited to have Murder Mystery Machine showcased at this event which coincides with the launch of the game on PC and consoles. It is also a great opportunity for those attending the event to experience the game in a uniquely engaging and interactive way!”
Here is an overview of the game, via Microids:
In Murder Mystery Machine, you join the D.C.A., the District Crime Agency. Your mission consists in helping detectives Cassandra Clarke, the young recruit, and Nate Houston, the experienced inspector, to solve numerous cases. It all begins when politician Frank Daniels is found dead in what looks like a burglary. Our two heroes will soon find themselves involved in a series of complex and interconnected crimes. Will you be up to the challenge and uncover the truth?
You will have to investigate multiple crime scenes putting your analytical and deduction skills to the test. Collect clues, connect evidence, interrogate suspects and find out who the culprits are.
- A Plot Written by Masters – Murder Mystery Machine‘s story was written by professional film & TV writers to ensure that it delivers a compelling experience from start to finish.
- Engaging Deduction Mechanics – Deduce, solve, accuse. Every piece of evidence you collect will be added to your detective workspace. A dedicated place where you’ll have to use your deduction skills to recreate your own version of events as you connect a complex web of suspects, motives and clues to unveil the truth.
- Detailed and Varied Environments to Explore – Dive into crime scenes you can rotate, zoom in and explore, each presented as a beautiful diorama.
- A Modern Noir Art Style – Enter a modern noir stylish world! The dark scenes are lit with a neon glow and the atmospheric staging enhances the game’s wider sense of mystery.
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