Episode two of surveillance thriller Orwell, titled A Place Where There is No Darkness, has been released today.
Developed by Osmotic Studios, Orwell is divided into five weekly episodes, each of which take roughly one hour to complete and encompass one day of game time. Players can purchase the full season for $9.95 from Steam, while episode one, The Clocks Were Striking Thirteen, is available in its entirety as a free demo.
In episode two, players must try to find the location of the next terrorist attack before it happens. They are given authorisation to pry into the lives of several of Cassandra’s connections in a bid to discover more about the mysterious organisation, Thought.
The game is heavily inspired by George Orwell’s 1984, and sees players take on the role of a surveillance agent working for the all-seeing Nation. Power Up Gaming highly praised episode one in our recent review, and will be sharing our thoughts on episode two shortly.