Beyond Blue and The Endless Mission will be available to Demo at EGX, supporting Linux, Mac and Windows. Both titles are due to release either this year or early 2019.
EGX is the biggest event for gaming. And it looks like the Demo for both games will be available.
Beyond Blue is the spiritual successor. Also the E-Line Media’s 2014 BAFTA winning hit Never Alone (Linux, Mac, Windows).
Players take on the roll of Mirai. Since she is an undersea explorer and scientist. Working to uncover the mysteries of the deep and bring light to places forever shrouded in darkness.
Therefore attendees of EGX will be the first to have the opportunity to play a Demo of the game in Europe. Take the plunge and uncover the secrets of Earth’s last uncharted frontier.
Beyond Blue | Teaser Trailer (Linux, Mac and Windows)
So the concept for the project grew from creative discussion between E-Line and BBC Studios. Taking place during BBC’s making of Blue Planet II. The ground-breaking nature series that has already reached millions of viewers around the world.
Launching early-2019 for supporting Linux, Mac, Windows and consoles.
The Endless Mission
The Endless Mission invites EGX to come together to make a game. Also featured at EGX Rezzed earlier this year. The team from E-Line Media has levelled up The Endless Mission. While inviting EGX attendees to sit down and make a game. While hoping that it will be featured within the Hall of Celebrations. Come play iconic genres, mashup different elements, modify key attributes, create whatever you can imagine, and we’ll share it with the world.
The Endless Mission In 60 Seconds (Linux, Mac, Windows)
Since both games have my attention. First Beyond Blue has a thriller exploration vibe. While The Endless Mission blends genres with a whole Workshop vibe to it. There’s a ton of potential there. So I’m eager to see how the game will shape up for release in early 2019.
So both The Endless Mission and Beyond Blue will be available to Demo at EGX. Which takes place September 20-23rd at The NEC, Birmingham. Also both are coming to Steam for Linux, Mac and Windows. Release info below.