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Wired Productions to attend EGX Rezzed with two new games
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Wired Productions to attend EGX Rezzed with two new games

If you happen to be attending EGX Rezzed on the 30th March to the 1st April, at Tobacco Dock in London, you might want to search out Wired Productions’ new goodies they have on display. They have two brand new games on offer, which are releasing in the spring on Xbox One and PlayStation 4, but you lucky people will get the chance to have some hands on time with them. You will also get the chance to chat to the artists and developers behind the games.

First up is The Town of Light set in the Volterra Psychiatric Asylum, which is based on a real former mental treatment facility based in Tuscany, Italy. With extensive research and inspired by real facts, The Town of Light is played through the fictional eyes of Renée, a 16-year-old girl who suffers from the symptoms of mental illness. Players will be able to unravel the dark and emotional journey and possibly never sleep again.

Secondly is Victor Vran: Overkill Edition which features brand new content, complete with visual enhancements alongside outstanding performance at 60fps. The two new content expansions included in the Overkill Edition are the ethereal Fractured Worlds, a challenging and empowering new chapter in the story of Victor Vran, and Motörhead: Through the Ages – a wild, heavy metal adventure inspired by, officially endorsed and starring the loudest band in the world. Rock on!

Make sure to visit the Wired Productions booth at Room SV5.

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About The Author
Gareth Brierley (thelostisland)
I am a actor and a writer. I act quite a bit on stage, a little bit on tv and never on tuesdays. I have had some of my writing published and have written for TV and stage. I have been playing games since they begun and don't seem to be getting any better.
  • stylon (Steve)

    This is great news – I’ve played Victor Vran on my PC. It’s basically like Van Helsing but cooler because it’s voiced by the same guy who does the Witcher. Will definitely pick this up (again) so I can play it on the couch and pick up achievements.