A Way Out New Intel About The Game

A Way Out New Intel About The Game

A Way Out New Intel About The Game

A Way Out is a new co-op game that is based on breaking out of prison.  You will be able to co-op with a friend in a horizontal and vertical split scene gameplay.  This game will be coming to PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC.  This focuses on teh 70's as 2 convicts trying to break out and on the run from an escape.  They have friends pass also so if your friend owns you can play with him in the full title.  Which is weird because wouldn't that hinder sells of the game.  Whatever game companies always seem to do things backward what's new.

Fuck The Oscars Game Director Josef Fares

This game is said to take about 8 hours to complete.  The launch date is said to be on March 23, 2018.  Speaking of launch date lets talk about Josef Fares ass last year.  Can't forget this dude game director of the game when he threw up the middle finger saying Fuck the Oscars at The Game Awards.  I just wanted to bring this up because he is the game director of this new title.  I even posted a picture of his hashtagged event from 2017.  IU can see this game lasting for a good minute but I think this game is intended to be one purchase and one-time play through.  I like the idea of the game but don't they will be able to make more money in the long run for it.   If the game has some super beast-mode qualities then maybe there is hope.  I can see this game being fun but only so long.  I guess one of the biggest things I noticed that I like about Josef Fares is he will not put microtransaction crap in his games ever supposedly.  It is obvious that this man is passionate about the games that he makes.  If you haven't seen the trailer you can check it out below in the video I have provided.  The video is a full video of his EA Play presentation of A Way Out, E3 2017.

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Hi! I'm Derek W. aka BlackLink and I'm a GamersConduit's News Reporter. I previously worked for Bandai Namco, Intel, Apple and 3D FX Interactive. I am a coding freak! I love gaming, web development and straight coding of any kind. Way back when I was 13 years of age I started coding games. Ever since then I never stopped developing and writing about games.
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