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Polish studio The Farm 51 has decided to postpone the launch of their psychological horror shooter Get Even by a month due to the recent terrorist attack in Manchester, England. The game was supposed to come out this Friday, on May 26 – the new release date is set to June 23, 2017. While Get Even does not refer to terrorism directly, the game’s theme might seem a bit controversial in the face of the recent events. You play as a mercenary and private detective who wakes up confined in an abandoned asylum, his only memory being of a failed mission to save a girl with a bomb strapped to her chest.
Get Even, a photorealistic psychedelic first-person horror shooter by Polish developer The Farm 51 has just received a new trailer. Apart from giving a glimpse into the game’s story and its protagonist’s twisted visions, the video also reveals that Get Even is going to be released by Bandai Namco Entertainment in spring 2017 for PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.
In case you were wondering whether Get Even, the ambitious thriller shooter from the creators of Painkiller Hell & Damnation and Deadfall Adventure, is still in development – it is and it is doing well. We visited Poland-based developer The Farm 51 and saw a live demo of their upcoming title. What we can say is that the game looks really impressive and it offers a dose of non-linearity. However, it is unsure whether it come out this year.
Bandai Namco Entertainment Europe will take care of worldwide release of Get Even – an extraordinary, fantastic-looking, horror-themed FPS from the creators of Deadfall Adventures and Painkiller: Hell & Damnation. The game is coming to PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One in 2016.