Gone Home Dev's Upcoming Xbox One/PC Game Gets New Gameplay Footage

Follow the hologram people.


Tacoma, the next game from Gone Home developer Fullbright, got its first substantial gameplay video today, which goes into detail about the mechanics of the game.

The game takes place in an abandoned space station, and players are tasked with exploring it and figuring out what happened to all the crew members. The video, which you can watch at Game Informer, details how this discovery will work.

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Throughout the station, you'll find places to play footage of the crew members before they disappeared. This footage will bring up holograms of people who will talk, walk around, and go about their daily activities. Following and listening to them will reveal more information about the situation and uncover keys, codes, and important objects.

There's no gravity, so players can attach themselves to walls and ceilings via what appears to be magnetic boots. This will uncover hidden areas and more secrets to uncover. You can also pick up and inspect objects throughout the station, much like in Gone Home.

Tacoma will be released sometime in 2016 for PC and Xbox One. Keep an eye on GameSpot for more news about the game in the coming months.

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