An Interactive Battle Royale Film Titled BLOODSHORE Is Dropping This November
It’s battle royale all the time these days, don’t get me wrong, I enjoy battle royale just as any other gamer, but it does seem to have become an oversaturated genre as of late and now it is invading the FMV space. Bloodshore is an upcoming interactive movie from the makers of The Complex that lets players steer a cinematic tale of colorful combatants fighting to survive a televised deathmatch.
You control a washed-up actor named Nick who competes in the latest season of Kill/Stream. This barbaric yet popular reality show takes place on The Island, a battlefield hosting a deathmatch between a range of personalities, from entertainers to inmates. Winning the game rewards a hefty cash prize, one that could be the answer to all of Nick’s financial and personal woes.
Winning is easier said than done because you’ll have to outlast 50 combatants vying for the same prize. Surviving means having to form alliances with some of these killers (would-be or otherwise), but who do you team up with and who do snuff out? That’s up to you to decide, and your choices create branching paths that lead to multiple endings. Playthroughs take between 60-90 minutes to complete, and Bloodshore features 8 hours of footage.
Cheesy, absolutely, but it can definitely be fun to run through this a few times, so we will definitely be checking it out. You can pick it up this November on PlayStation and Xbox consoles, Switch, PC, iOS, and Android.
Source: Wales Interactive/Youtube