It turns out that a secret project from Remedy known as P7 is actually a new game called Control. Shown during the PlayStation E3 2018 conference, Control is the next game from the developers responsible for Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break. The game is being billed as a supernatural action title that follows the new director of a secretive agency in New York. After an unexplainable threat invades our world, you must help humanity regain control.
As anyone who followed Remedy over the years knows, the developers excel at creating atmospheric experiences, and the first footage of Control suggests that’s exactly what this game is going to focus on. It certainly doesn’t hurt that the action itself looks far more involved than the combat in games like Alan Wake. Actually, it looks like this title is going for the horror vibes of that classic gem.
Here’s everything we know about Control:
Control Release Date
Control is set to release on Aug. 27, 2019. The game is coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.
Here’s the official launch trailer for Remedy’s Control:
Here’s another recent trailer for Control that offers an eye-opening look at the foundation of the game’s story as well as a peek at what seems to be one of its antagonists:
It’s been a little while since we saw new footage of Control, but this new gameplay trailer should help make up for lost time with its creepy and intriguing look into what this game is all about. Check it out:
This trailer for Control reveals some of the first real details about the game’s story and universe. As previously suspected, it seems that the game will deal with mysterious interdimensional forces that are able to work their way into our world via a variety of methods. You seem to play an agent of the Federal Bureau of Control; a government agency that is responsible for keeping these interdimensional forces in-check.
The first trailer for Control reveals a cryptic, action-packed, and exciting new adventure from developer Remedy. Check it out:
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