And for Mike Bithell’s next trick…
The Solitaire Conspiracy is the next “short” from Bithell Games, of the kind which previously have launched immediately. Instead, The Solitaire Conspiracy has a 6th October release date.
Over the next couple of weeks I?ll be talking more about the game, and the amazing people behind it. I?ll be doing so at the exact rate it takes to make ALL OF YOU WISHLIST IT… you can also do so on the Epic Games Store if that?s your jam…https://t.co/A2sWYPEvBT pic.twitter.com/Bh3dqPJ4hG
— Mike Bithell (@mikeBithell) September 22, 2020
“‘Til now, we’ve surprise launched ’em, out of nowhere,” Bithell said on Twitter this afternoon. “This is fun, but, you know, 2020, and it feels like we probably need to spend a bit more time building up some interest and, crucially, wishlists and follows, to give our next Short a fighting chance. We thought 2 weeks.”
You can currently only watch the trailer via The Solitaire Conspiracy’s listing on the Epic Games Store (which is a cunning idea to get you onto the store page)!
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