The Bradwell Conspiracy reveal trailer

Due out this fall.

The Bradwell Conspiracy

Publisher Bossa Studios and developer A Brave Plan have released a new trailer for The Bradwell Conspiracy.

The trailer follows a cryptic stream that began on September 11 on Bossa Studios’ Twitch channel. Viewers were able to uncover Steam keys hidden in a mysterious recording originating somewhere within Bradwell Electronics.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Bossa Studios:

The Bradwell Conspiracy is the first release from A Brave Plan, a team of BAFTA award winning AAA veterans titles such as Fable, Batman, and Tomb Raider under their collective dev belts. The game also features music composed by Austin Wintory (The Banner Saga, Journey).

The player experiences the dramatic events of the game as an unnamed museum visitor stranded within Bradwell Stonehenge Museum after a sudden explosion. To escape the chaos the player must work with Amber, a Bradwell Employee trapped elsewhere in the collapsing building. Due to an injury, the player’s means of communication is sending pictures to Amber via a pair of Bradwell AR Smart Glasses. However, their escape route is a perilous one and players will soon find themselves in the depths of a hidden underground facility full of secrets.

The Bradwell Conspiracy is due out this fall for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Switch, PC, and Apple Arcade.

Watch the trailer below.

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