Tacoma, the new game from the makers of Gone Home, is coming to PC and Xbox One on August 2. That’s surprisingly soon! The game is about uncovering “the mysteries held by Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma and its crew, living at the edge of humanity’s reach.”
Tacoma is the next effort from Fullbright, the developers of Gone Home. Here’s the game’s E3 trailer.
Over the years, humanity has sent a number of people into space to explore and document the far heavens. We’ve seen pictures, videos, and accounts from people that have been to space. But it’s still pretty difficult to imagine life out there, isn’t it?
The Fullbright Company, developers of Gone Home, showed off their next project at the Game Awards. In a short teaser, we saw a glimpse of the sci-fi-looking Tacoma, which is...well, we don't really know. That's what teasers do. They leave us with questions.
Yesterday, a dump truck unloaded 4,000 painted wooden letters in Tacoma, Wash.'s Tollefson Plaza, creating a giant interactive public art display. Kotaku reader shereni happened by and sends this shout-out from T-Town.