Read Only Memories: Neurodriver Heads Back to Neo-San Francisco in 2020

Published: June 13, 2019 5:30 PM /


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Read Only Memories: Neurodriver has been announced as the sequel to 2064: Read Only Memories. If you haven't heard of this game before, it's an interesting little niche title that explores a futuristic San Francisco filled with all sorts of interesting situations. Players will explore the game through a mix of adventure game, visual novel, and puzzle game mechanics in an effort to uncover a grand mystery that has been driving them for the entire game. Now, players will get to return to the world of Neo-San Francisco once again with Neurodriver.

Take a look at the Read Only Memories: Neurodriver trailer to get a feel of what this sequel will be like:

In Read Only Memories: Neurodriver, you take on the role of a gifter esper named ES88. You've been partnered with a genetically-engineered psionic creature called the Neurodriver that allows you to dive into people's memories as you search for an elusive figure known only as the Golden Butterfly. The Golden Butterfly is also an esper, but they've picked up the unfortunate habit of tinkering around with people's minds without their permission.

The Golden Butterfly has split their consciousness up between multiple people, but digging it out of these various individual personalities is risky business. Make too many missteps, and you may cause permanent damage to your subjects. ES88 gave up everything she had to gain the use of the Neurodriver — will you be able to track down the Golden Butterfly?

Read Only Memories: Neurodriver will be coming to PC and Mac sometime in 2020. No price has been announced. In the meantime, you can keep up with the game's development over at its official website or by following the developer Midboss on Twitter.

What do you think of Read Only Memories: Neurodriver? Are you excited to head back to the world of Neo-San Francisco once again? Let us know in the comments below!

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