The 'walls are listening' in adventure game Privacy

What will you discover when you delve into someone's life in Privacy?


Get ready for an intriguing new twist on narrative adventure games with Privacy, Codalyn's newest title.

Codalyn is the team that brought you Stable Orbit, and now they're working in tandem with Jim Offerman of Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Tomb Raider fame. Privacy it takes place in the Dutch countryside.

Journey to the future in the summer of 2079 in Privacy, where you'll be sent to the home of Robert-Paul den Heer, the CEO of DENHEER, Inc. He's just passed away in a car crash, and you've been tasked with grabbing the research he had been collecting for the company before he passed away.

Naturally, that leads to some very weird situations. Assisted by Robert-Paul's Robert Hubert, you begin figuring out a pretty weird set of things that you probably didn't expect.

“With Privacy, you will experience a future where ‘the walls’, in the form of Hubert, can truly listen and respond to everything they do,” said game creator Jim Offerman. “The game is designed to fully immerse you into the experience and will allow you to interact with every object in the house.”

Basically, it sounds like a pretty insane setup, and we can't wait to spend some time peeking into the mind of a man who's passed...though we're a little afraid of what we might find. Privacy is headed to both PC and Mac in 2020.

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Fueled by horror, rainbow-sugar-pixel-rushes, and video games, Brittany is a Senior Editor at Shacknews who thrives on surrealism and ultraviolence. Follow her on Twitter @MolotovCupcake and check out her portfolio for more. Like a fabulous shooter once said, get psyched!

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