2040 : Critical mistrust
2020 as seen in 1970. We are in the middle of the cold war. Four astronauts enter a space station.Each of them represent one of the powerful federations competing in the world of 2040. Their common mission is to disarm a mechanism that, via a virus, can destroy a large part of humanity. Can they trust each other? Who triggered this mechanism? Who is the manipulator? One of them or the AI of the station which, seeks to save our planet from human pollution? This virtual reality escape game will allow each player to find an answer to these questions and, in the end, to choose his side.
In this game, players must coordinate their progress in a secret laboratory. However, without knowing it, they are subjected to psychological aggression designed to sow doubt and mistrust and develop mutual distrust. Only if they manage to perceive the evil game of AI, work together and solve the difficult logic puzzles and riddles will they be able to escape!
2040: Critical Mistrust is an escape game in virtual reality (Escape Game VR) intended for VR arcades. It is made by the Berlin company GameExpro in partnership with the Compagnie des Martingales and with the support of BMVI Computerspieleförderung des Bundes.
Release of the prototype May 2021, Release of the game first quarter 2022
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