American Arcadia was reported by engineer Out of the Blue Games and distributer Raw Fury just a few months ago. Presently, Summer Game Fest has given us a new ongoing interaction trailer for American Arcadia and it very well may be seen below.
From the group that made Call of the Sea, American Arcadia is a lively experience wherein players need to endure a broadcast 1970s bad dream, similar to The Truman Show. Seemingly an ideal idealistic city on a superficial level is entirely of a turned game show. The general population is uninformed that they have notoriety appraisals and assuming those evaluations sink it could prompt their less than ideal demise.
The Truman game we never imagined
The interactivity trailer for American Arcadia features the bright city in its optimal state. Everything is excessively spotless and great. Not long later, hero Trevor Hills is attempting to make a thinking for even a moment to get away from in 2.5D side-looking over and platforming segments. Riddles, secrecy, and extreme pursues all appear to be a piece of his excursion to get away from Arcadia.
Near the finish of the trailer, we likewise get a short look at the second playable hero who is by all accounts some place beyond Arcadia. This character is giving her best for help Trevor with his getaway, and it hopes to include settling puzzles and hacking from a first-individual perspective.
It’s evident that American Arcadia is wearing its motivations from The Truman Show on its sleeve, but on the other hand it’s steering this thought in new headings. The more established stylish and center around attempting to escape could instigate much more pressure to the experience and playing as an optional person outwardly ought to ideally give a new point of view. The unscripted television based account looks set to intrigue, however there is no delivery date for American Arcadia just yet.