Don’t Nod Entertainment has recently teased the public with a short trailer announcing their latest production. This new game from the developers behind the acclaimed titles “Life is Strange” and “Vampyr” is set to transport players back to the 1990s. The studio has also opened up recruitment for employees to assist with the development of this nostalgic journey.
At present, there is not much information available regarding the specifics of the new game. However, a short Twitter post has given us a glimpse into what to expect.
The team is looking for individuals who will help bring a fictional story set in the 1990s to life. For those who lived through that era, the game promises to be filled with memories and nostalgia.
The graphics in the teaser indicate that the upcoming production will have a similar feel to “Life is Strange.” That game was highly acclaimed for its touching story, lovable characters, and a warm, nostalgic atmosphere that reminded players of their own school days.
With a 1990s setting, this new game has the potential to evoke even stronger emotions and memories, while also offering younger players a glimpse into a world without smartphones and the constant connectedness of today’s society.
Here's a little glimpse of what #DontNodMontreal is brewing!
Does it bring back childhood memories?
We are looking for talents to join the team in Montréal on this new narrative game!
Find all our job openings here: https://t.co/IJi6njvHiJ pic.twitter.com/IFBAkGPGFW
— DON'T NOD (@DONTNOD_Ent) January 27, 2023
It’s still unclear if the new production will be a continuation of the “Life is Strange” series or a completely new franchise. Until there is an official announcement, all we can do is speculate.
However, what is certain is that players can expect a return to the story-adventure format, which has been a bit absent in Don’t Nod Entertainment’s recent portfolio.