It’s the first time the public will be able to play a demo of the game. There’s also an incredible slate of official selections in competition at the festival: A Plague Tale: Requiem, American Arcadia, As Dusk Falls, Cuphead: Delicious Last Course, Immortality, The Cub, Thirsty Suitors, and Venba. It’s an honor to show off our game among such incredible company.
What’s in the demo?
You’ll play as Riley Poverly: an environmental researcher tasked with investigating strange radio signals in Camena, near Edwards Island, the setting of the original OXENFREE. But something unusual is happening in the quiet coastal town.
A mysterious portal has opened and the only way to stop it is to target a coordinated signal to the island using three radio transmitters.
You’re traveling with Jacob–a co-worker and old acquaintance–to Charity Point in order to set up one such signal. The path will not be as easy as expected. You’ll get unusual calls on your walkie talkie. There will be cliffs along the treacherous path. You might even travel back in time.
Just like in OXENFREE, you will make critical decisions at every turn, determining Riley’s fate at the most pivotal time of her life. And, it’ll be while there’s a truly terrifying supernatural threat looming on the horizon.
Play From Home or In-Person
This year, Tribeca Games is happening in person at the Games Gallery at Spring Studios in NYC or you can also play at home. Demos begin June 11 and end June 19 with limited slots available. Head to https://tribecafilm.com/games for more information and to buy tickets.
OXENFREE II: Lost Signals will also be part of the Tribeca Games Spotlight during Summer Game Fest on June 10, 2022, 3 PM EST // Noon PST. The showcase will feature exclusive gameplay and creator interviews from Tribeca’s official selections.
About Tribeca Games
Tribeca Games at the Tribeca Festival celebrates the convergence of games, entertainment and culture, highlighting the storytelling, art and innovation of games. Tribeca champions every frontier in the art of storytelling, and video games are at the forefront of pushing narrative to ever greater heights.