From the image, it looks as if we’ll be heading either into space or to the top of a mountain. A shooting star can be seen in the background, while the (presumed) protagonist can be seen wearing what looks to be a space or flight helmet. Take a look for yourself below.
The aesthetic is dark and atmospheric–which will come as no surprise to those who played the developer’s first two games. No other details were shared, unfortunately.
Both Limbo and Inside were critically acclaimed, and much-loved by fans. We loved Limbo here at GameSpot, with critic Kevin VanOrd awarding it an 8/10. It’s now on Xbox One via backwards compatibility, which is nice. For more on the monochromatic platformer, check out our full Limbo review.