DONTNOD’s Twin Mirror Is Now Self-Published

June 15, 2020

DONTNOD certainly have a lot on their plate at the moment. Between finishing Life Is Strange 2 late last year, developing an unannounced game for Focus Home Interactive after previously partnering on Vampyr, working on Xbox exclusive Tell Me Why and Twin Mirror for Bandai Namco, it’s easy to see why they needed to expand recently. The one thing in common between all of these projects, and every project DONTNOD has worked on, is that they have been published by other companies. That all changes now, with the announcement that building on a distribution agreement with Epic Games, DONTNOD will now be self publishing Twin Mirror.

Originally announced as an episodic game, DONTNOD have been able to shift the scope of the game significantly.¬†On top of self publishing the game, Twin Mirror will now also be a single standalone release when it comes out later this year. This has meant that the game has needed to be completely redesigned. An alteration like this means there’s a lot of work that needs to be done, so DONTNOD are partnering with Shibuya Productions to assist with production.

Twin Mirror follows Sam Higgs as he returns to the town of Basswood, West Virginia, a place he thought he had left behind. The game follows him as he investigates the town’s dark secrets, while also contending with reconnecting with loved ones. He uses unique intellectual abilities to uncover a web o intrigue, which will gradually draw in the entire town.

Twin Mirror releases on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One later in November. For more information, check out the below teaser trailer and the game’s official website.