After months of wishy washy back and forth. The actual real non-jest official trailer for Impostor Factory releases. Which is also, the new entry of To the Moon’s series, Impostor Factory, has dropped. Since this proves once and for all that space tentacles, in fact, do exist. Perhaps in real life, but certainly in the To the Moon series’ universe.
This came after a blow with earlier attempts. So that said, tentacles were largely cast away due to unfortunate timing. As a result, even the creator’s integrity was called into question. But the truth will come forth.
Impostor Factory (To the Moon 3) – Official Trailer
The criticisms are in part fair. However, developers at Freebird Games have been spending an extraordinary amount of time choreographing dance moves. So the trailer had nothing to do with the game. When in fact, they could’ve been working on the actual game itself.
However, with the launch of the official Impostor Factory trailer. Kan and the Freebird team would like to cement rumours. That, yes, tentacles do indeed exist in space within the universe shared by To the Moon. Including Finding Paradise, and soon, Impostor Factory too.
- Impostor Factory aims to be released around the end of 2020(?) for PC, Mac, and Linux.*
- It will be available on Steam, GOG, & Humble Store, and possibly other venues too.
- It is the next full-episode of the To the Moon (Sigmund Corp.) series.
- Although there is a connection. The game is playable on its own without experiencing any other games. So just like To the Moon and Finding Paradise.
- It will likely mark the end of an era for Freebird Games and the To the Moon series.
* Multiple raccoons literally broke into the office last night and pooped everywhere. They willl still try, but there is a lot of poop.
To witness said tentacles one day, Impostor Factory can be Wishlisted on Steam now. And maybe even Humble Store and GOG in the coming future. The official release “could be around the end of the year, or perhaps a bit after.” Priced at $9.99 USD. The games also due to arrive on Linux, Mac and Windows PC.