The Astronauts has just announced the release date for The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, the weird fiction-inspired mystery game. The title will hit PC on September 25th (PS4 version later next year as revealed during Gamescom). Besides that you should take a look at the official site for new details, OST sampler and special pre-order edition. Now what's better than a 13 minutes-long walkthrough commented by Game Designer Adrian Chmielarz to get a good glimpse of what you can expect in a month whe you'll control occult-minded private detective Paul Prospero. Note: the 2.3Gb file is available only through bittorent, don't worry download speed remains good.
@MrWhite: the rude awakening has to take place now, because all these anti consumer practices are currently at their alltime worse. (0 minute ago)
then it should be the reviewers job to question that, and then withhold their final verdict until they play a product that representative of the consumer release. (55 minutes ago)
If developers are being disingenuous with certain "features" and holding them back or flat out deliberately omitting them from review builds (56 minutes ago)
The way these things are getting dropped into games now, it's not an afterthought. They're there early and by design. There's no excuse. (58 minutes ago)
@droezelke: Hmm, not sure if I buy that one. Reviewers often get handed the final build. Besides, there's beta's and the like they get handed, and early access to the games. (58 minutes ago)
...has been on the market as retail version. (1 Hour ago)
@MrWhite: It's hard for the reviewers, as sometimes these 'features' aren't in the review code or are disabled. So, it would be best to read reviews that go live after the game... (1 Hour ago)