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Beholder 2 PlayStation 4 Release Date Announced

Publisher Curve Digital and developer Warm Lamp Games have announced a release date for the Orwellian adventure game, Beholder 2, on PlayStation 4. Beholder 2 will release worldwide for PS4 on October 22nd and is available to pre-order now. Anyone in Europe who pre-orders the game between now and the release date will receive the first game absolutely free. PlayStation Plus subscribers will also receive a 20% discount off the game’s retail price.

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In Beholder 2, you take on the role of Evan Redgrave who works at the totalitarian institution known as the Ministry. The Ministry handles all of the nation’s decisions and complaints, and Evan is hoping to climb the career ladder and join his father in one of the top positions. Unfortunately, one day before taking up his position, Evan’s father dies and the Ministry declares it as suicide, but there’s more than meets the eye. Evan can either try to figure out what really happened to his father or continue climbing the career ladder and making his way to the top to become the Prime Minister.

  • Have you already decided what you’re going to become?
  • Will you become a diligent and responsible officer decorated by the Wise Leader himself?
  • Or will you become a hard-line careerist capable of destroying anyone who stands between you and the Prime Minister’s seat?
  • Or maybe you are just a whistle-blower?
  • Whatever the case, you are now part of the Ministry!
  • From this moment on, no one beyond these walls has ascendance over you!
  • So, what are you going to become?

For more information about Beholder 2, check out the official website here.

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