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Wales Interactive’s New FMV ‘Bloodshore’ Will Scratch Your Squid Game Itch Next Month

Wales Interactive couldn’t have picked a better time to announce the release date for its upcoming FMV, Bloodshore. As Squid Game reached 111 million viewers and became Netflix‘s biggest series launch ever, Wales Interactive announced that its interactive action movie about a televised battle royale will release on November 3rd for the PlayStation 4 (and PS5 via backward compatibility), Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S (BC), Nintendo Switch, and PC.

In Bloodshore, players control Nick, a “washed-up actor” who participates in a reality show called Kill/Stream for a handsome cash prize. Kill/Stream’s contestants are streamers, entertainers, and death row inmates.

Something is off, and Nick wants to uncover the truth about Bloodshore Island before he gets taken out. Check out a trailer below.

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Features include:

  • 8 hours of total FMV footage, the most amount in any game
  • Decisions matter, with visual feedback on what effect they have
  • Relationships are tracked and can influence the story
  • One story, several different paths and outcomes
  • Support for 12 languages

“Each playthrough can have a different outcome depending on player choices and the relationships built, some will bring deadly consequences for Nick and his fellow contestants,” wrote Wales Interactive. “Players must battle out in a dystopian battle royale set on a mysterious island location; where influencers, death row inmates and failing celebrities compete for a life-changing cash prize and all the attention they could ever want. All is not what it seems in this latest season of Kill/Stream, the hottest reality TV show on the planet. Can Nick uncover the truth about Bloodshore Island before his time runs out?”

Let’s find out on November 3rd!

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