Bossa Studio’s Twitter account went a bit awry yesterday but it was a promotional stunt to unveil their new game The Bradwell Conspiracy. Set during the summer solstice of 2026 Bradwell Electronics is celebrating the launch of its Clean Water Initiative at the Stonehenge Museum but something goes horribly, and explosively, wrong.
You wake in a pile of rubble and must use a pair of AR Smart Glasses to communicate with the only other survivor, Amy. “By working in tandem, sending Amber photographs of your surroundings, together, the two of you try to discover a means of escape,” say Bossa, “But as you find yourself delving deeper and deeper into the bowels of the company’s secret underground complex, a sickening truth begins to dawn.”
The game has been developed by A Brave Plan ,a team made of industry veterans, and features music by Austin Wintory (Journey), character performances by Rebecca LaChance and Abubakar Salim
(Assassin’s Creed Origins), and TV personality Jonathan Ross as the voice of the Induction Narrator.
The game will be playable at EGX this year and is coming to Steam, no mention of console versions just yet.