Wired Productions, the publisher behind games such as The Falconeer, Grip, and Deliver Us The Moon, has set aside some virtual stage time to highlight several upcoming projects from developers around the world. Calling the show Wired Direct, the team showed off gameplay and trailers for games spanning genres such as horror, simulations, puzzle platformers, and more. Here are the highlights.
Arcade Paradise is a simulation and management game that puts you in control of your very own arcade. Kit out the join with your own style, choosng from 35+ different game cabinets ranging from early vector-based stuff to 90s 3D games. It's coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Lumote is a "gorgeous" puzzle platformer where players solve increasingly complex problems in a neonlit world. It's coming to PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, and Xbox One.
The Last Worker is a first-person narrative adventure about human labor disappearing in an automated world. It's said to deliver "an emotional, thought-provoking and comedic story packaged with rich characters performed by an all-star cast." It's scheduled to arrive on PC, Nintendo Switch, Oculus, PS5, and Xbox Series X|S.
Tin Hearts is described to be like Lemmings, where players will "explore beautiful environments, interact with objects, and look at things in new and different ways as they embark on a journey of discovery set in a magical toy-filled universe." Unlike the others shown during the show, it's also coming to VR by way of Oculus. It's also launching on PC, Nintendo Switch, Oculus, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S. Tiny Troopers: Global Ops is the sequel to the popular cartoonish game playable in couch or online multiplayer. It will arrive on PC, Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S.
Also revealed were updates to previously released games. The Falconeer has received a new free DLC called "Atun’s Folly." It's out now on Steam and Xbox platforms. Martha Is Dead, an upcoming horror game we've covered here before, got a new trailer which you can find here. Lastly, Deliver Us The Moon, a space-based dramatic adventure game, is getting a free next-gen upgrade.
We're truly in the era of every gaming entity holding their own showcases, so stay tuned for coverage of the next one, likely not far away.