Beyond: Two Souls selected for Tribeca Film Festival
Follows inclusion of L.A. Noire into Manhattan cinema festival back in 2011.
Quantic Dream's Beyond: Two Souls has been made an official selection of the Tribeca Film Festival for 2013.
The screening on April 27 will feature a one-hour scene from the game, followed by a Q&A session with director David Cage and actress Ellen Page. A new trailer for the game will also be shown.
It is the second game to do so, following the inclusion of L.A. Noire into the cinema festival back in 2011.
Beyond: Two Souls is the next narrative-led game from French studio Quantic Dream and features Ellen Page and Willem Dafoe in its cast. Players control Page's character, Jodie Holmes, alongside the mysterious spiritual entity that has been tethered to her since birth. GameSpot saw the game earlier this week.
The game will launch for the PlayStation 3 on October 8, but Quantic Dream has already said it's working on a new title for the PlayStation 4.
This year the annual Manhattan film festival will also feature talks from Clint Eastwood, Darren Aronofsky, and Ben Stiller.
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