EA Play: Fe Dev's Next Game, Lost In Random, Gets First Trailer
EA shared the first trailer for Zoinks new Tim Burton-esque action-adventure game during its EA Play Live presentation.
During EA Play Live, Electronic Arts gave us a look at some of the titles it has in the pipeline for this year and beyond. EA took some time to spotlight a trio of indie-developed games coming under its EA Originals banner, including the next project from Fe developer Zoink, Lost in Random.
Originally announced back in 2019, Lost in Random is a third-person action-adventure game with puzzle elements. Zoink describes the title as a coming-of-age story set against a gothic backdrop. Players take control of a young girl who "embarks on a dangerous journey through the world of Random," where she meets a walking dice companion known as Dicey.
Following a brief overview from Zoink, EA showcased the first trailer for Lost in Random, giving us a look at the whimsical, Nightmare Before Christmas-esque visual style. The trailer also set the tone for the dark, fantastical adventure that awaits:
"The world of Random bends with the roll of one dice," the trailer's narrator intones. "A dice that has ruled this kingdom for generations, transforming the fates of people just like you. But what if I told you there is another dice with the power to change everything? Now, my friend, it's your turn to roll, to play the odds and break the curse of Random."
Lost in Random does not yet have a release date, but it's one of three EA Originals on the way in the near future, along with Rocket Arena and It Takes Two, the next game from Josef "F*** the Oscars" Fares' studio, Hazelight.
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