Electronic Arts presented A Way Out during EA Play 2017. The Hazelight project certainly left us excited. Especially for its game mechanics that seek to innovate the multiplayer experience. Unfortunately, we have not had much news about this title, which will hit PlayStation 4, Xbox One and PC sometime in 2018.
However, today some information about the game emerged. This is thanks to an alleged internal Electronic Arts mail that was leaked. Recently, we informed you about Faith and the date of the next Nintendo Direct, data that also appeared in that report. To be exact, the data on A Way Out also came from a schedule, where the most important dates of game promotion are detailed.
Among the most remarkable is a new hypothetical advance of the title, which would be revealed on December 7. As you will remember, this date coincides with the celebration of The Game Awards 2017, where 12 presentations are expected in total. According to the details, during the event, we will be introduced to Vincent and Leo, the protagonists of A Way Out.
In the image above, information about the expectations of its release is also detailed which states that it is “one of the most anticipated games of 2019”. In addition, its cooperative mechanics are highlighted and it is estimated that there will be positive impressions of the game.
On the other hand, the schedule also indicates that in February 2018 a trailer will be presented. The trailer will supposedly focus on cooperation and the narrative of the game. The rest of the plans for the title are not given, so there is no certainty about when it will debut.
Josef Fares, writer and director of the title, said that A Way Out will offer us a unique gaming experience, as well as a profound narrative. He also said that the main engine of the project is his passion and that he has a total creative freedom on the part of Electronic Arts.
The developer also talked about the power of PlayStation 4; however, he stated that his comment was taken out of context. For that reason, he said he is not interested in the console war.