The Council Episode Four: Burning Bridges launches September 25

Available as a standalone purchase on September 27.

The Council

The fourth episode of The Council, titled “Burning Bridges,” will launch for Complete Season and Season Pass owners on September 25 for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC, publisher Focus Home Interactive announced. It will be available as a standalone purchase on September 27.

Here is an overview of episode four, via Focus Home Interactive:

Episode 4: Burning Bridges sees allegiances explained, rivalries come to a head, and the ghosts of the past begin to catch up to the inhabitants of the island. Your decisions will haunt you as you decide the fate of Louis, Mortimer, and the world itself.

The Council has already enthralled players and press alike with a deep and captivating story featuring intricate characters and smart writing. The innovative concept brings the genre beyond its boundaries and allows for meaningful choices with impactful consequences.

Witness Louis’ first encounter with the catacombs beneath Mortimer’s island in new screenshots. Characters and their fates are up to you, and shown here is just one way things can go – how will your endgame begin?

View a new set of screenshots at the gallery.

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