Twin Mirror Features Exploration, Talk To The Inhabitants

According to Dontnod, Twin Mirror is going to be more open ended in comparison with the previous games from the French developer. It still won’t be open world, but at least it will let you meet secondary characters and go deeper into the exploration component.

“In some levels, you’ll have the possibility to explore the town and talk to the inhabitants. Still, it’s not an open world. It’s just the chance to explore relationships, to see people you haven’t seen for a long time. Sometimes you can have an impact on their lives if you decide to,” narrative producer Helene Henry told WCCFTech.

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“In some levels, you’ll have the possibility to explore the town and talk to the inhabitants. Still, it’s not an open world. It’s just the chance to explore relationships, to see people you haven’t seen for a long time. Sometimes you can have an impact on their lives if you decide to.”

“These side stories that can dovetail back in and affect the larger game as a whole. It’s very much trying to tell a story where the town is its own character. Hopefully, getting to know the people there is a large part of the game, if that’s part of what you’re choosing to explore,” writer Matthew Ritter added.

“It was important for us that it stays intimate. It won’t be a huge town with thousands of people, it’s not that large,” commented Henry, which is quite important if you think the city might resemble Twin Peaks based on what we’ve seen thus far in terms of atmosphere.

Twin Mirror is an episodic adventure published by Bandai Namco and is releasing early 2019 for PC, PS4 and Xbox One.

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