Hindsight Is 20/20 In Omensight

Spearhead Games dropped a new trailer today for the upcoming title Omensight. In this release, players can work to correct the wrongs that caused the end of the world by using time loops known as the “Omensight mechanic” which help reveal who played a role in causing the events that lead to the apocalypse. This murder mystery/action adventure game is set to hit the PlayStation 4 on May 15, 2018.

Checkout the trailer here.

 

Read the press release below.

Montreal, Canada – April 23, 2018 – Spearhead Games is excited to announce the launch date of their brand new, murder-mystery game, Omensight – heading to PC and Playstation 4 on May 15th, 2018! Pre-orders will be available on the Playstation Store tomorrow, April 24th. Omensight is already available for wishlist additions on Steam and will retail on both platforms for $19.99 USD.

Fans of Majora’s Mask’s time-turning gameplay will love how Omensight plays with the intersecting and conflicting fate’s of all its lead characters – each time loop brings you closer to the truth and one step closer to preventing the end of the world. By interacting with opposing sides of a great war, players must decide who is telling the truth and, ultimately, who to trust.

The developers at Spearhead Games have produced a video to show off the gameplay you can expect in Omensight, including a key feature of the game – the “Omensight” mechanic. This allows players to reveal key information, obtained during previous day-loops, to important NPCs on their current timeline, helping players change their fate and uncover what’s going on behind the scenes.

About Omensight
When the world of Urralia nears its end, that’s when your work as The Harbinger begins. Take on the impartial, and crucial, role of both warrior and judge to rewrite the destruction of your war-sieged world by identifying characters that may have played a part in the apocalypse. By understanding the events that pushed Urralia to its tragic end, you can manipulate time and circumstance to prevent the catastrophe.

Written by Ben Palmer

Ben Palmer

An avid video game enthusiast who loves collector’s editions, retro gaming & the history of this great hobby.

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