Irrational's teaser website gets specific, more teasy - destructoid

Irrational's teaser website gets specific, more teasy

1:40 PM on 08.09.2010

Nick Chester

Former Editor-in-Chief (2011)


This week, Irrational Games -- the folks behind the critically acclaimed BioShock -- will be revealing its next game. Not to make you jealous or anything, but we'll have a chance to see before you do, on Wednesday evening, when the developer shows the game off to press in New York City.

Everyone else will have to wait until Thursday, though. To be more specific, Thursday at 1:45, Eastern Daylight Time. That's when Irrational's big tease website, "What is Icarus?", says something will happen. That something is likely a CG trailer for the upcoming game, which will surely whet your appetite for all of the details we'll be able to drop 15 minutes later, at 2:00 PM, Eastern Daylight Time.

See, I'm telling you this because I want you to be prepared. Mark it on your calendars. Set an alarm. But I'm also telling you this because damn, I'm excited to see what Irrational has up its sleeve, too. Any guesses?




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