Today Life is Strange developer Don't Nod Entertainment had a small tease to share with the fans of its narrative adventure games.
The developer posted on Twitter an image that is said to be from a new game in development at its new-ish studio in Montréal. Not unexpectedly, it's another narrative title, but we don't know much else about it for now.
The screenshot was shared to advertise employment opportunities at the studio, and from these ads, we can glean that the new game will likely use Unreal Engine. Interestingly (and perhaps, again, not surprisingly), the game's development is " led by key members of the team behind Life is Strange."
From the image, we can definitely see that at least part of the game is set in the past considering the retgro console, the CRT TV, and the VHS recorder.
You can see the screenshot in the tweet below.
Here's a little glimpse of what #DontNodMontreal is brewing!— DON'T NOD (@DONTNOD_Ent) January 27, 2023
Does it bring back childhood memories?
We are looking for talents to join the team in Montréal on this new narrative game!
Find all our job openings here: https://t.co/IJi6njvHiJ pic.twitter.com/IFBAkGPGFW
The new studio in Montréal was announced in May 2020, and this is the first glimpse we get of what they're working on.
If you're unfamiliar with Don't Nod Entertainment, the studio debuted in 2013 with Remember Me published by Capcom, but it really rose to fame in the narrative adventure genre in 2015 with Life Is Strange, which got a sequel in 2018. The series is currently shared with Deck Nine, which has developed Before the Storm and True Colors.
The studio also developed Vampyr published by Focus Home Entertainment in 2018 and Twin Mirror with Bandai Namco in 2020. Another game titled Banishers: Ghosts of New Eden has been revealed just a few weeks ago and is coming this year, also published by Focus. The studio appears to have a lot of unannounced games in the works.
Incidentally, if you're interested in Life is Strange, a Switch port of the sequel is coming soon.