A Way Out – Review

A Way Out

From the creators of Brothers – A Tale of Two Sons comes A Way Out, an exclusively co-op adventure that follows two prisoners, Leo and Vincent, making their daring escape from prison.
Play the entire experience with your friends for free using the friends pass free trial feature. When you purchase the full game, you can invite any of your friends online regardless of whether or not they’ve purchased the game. From the in-game menu, send them an invite, they’ll unlock the Free Trial, and then you’re ready to play the entire experience together.

We have two characters named Vincent and Leo. The two actors immediately begin to listen to these characters, and then start my story. Two characters by learning the basics of the story here and the place where the contemporary prison game begins in the trailers. The adventures of these two, who know each other for a short time, but protect their backs like a brother, are really worth seeing. I will have to tell you that the story of the game is just beautiful. Because, this game is already based on the story and cinematic experience. So the less Spoiler yes, the more you enjoy the game.

The story of the game is exceedingly successful. The options presented to you, the dialogues that have passed, the emotional harm that the characters have in the past due to the events they have experienced have been wonderfully processed. This increases the game playability considerably. The game, which has a total of eight hours of playing time, seems short but it is enough. Because the game actually offers a cinematic experience and cinematic as well as the duration of the game. If the game was longer, perhaps the players could be bored. Also, it is actually time for two players to work together to play together.

Sometimes there is friction between the two. While Vincent usually wants to approach with a calm and smarter plan, Leo is resorting to the method of breaking, breaking, breaking. These choices presented to you are influencing the course of the story. Which means that there are a few different endings. I have not played a successful co-op game for a long time. Of course, this game is completely based on co-op, the main factor in the purchase of many players. A Way Out’s co-op system works well. Although the display is divided into two parts, the space allocated to you can grow and shrink because the two characters have different tasks. This usually happens when a character switches to a cinematic display.

As a result, A Way Out uncovers the co-op game, bringing the players together and offering a story to experience. Affordable price and basic items that make the game play out for free play by one person.

Pluses
– Unprecedented co-op experience
– Endless action and adventure
– Successful storytelling
– Friend Pass

Cons
– Dialogue problems
– the consequences of the elections are not as punishable as competence

Studio Hazelight
Genre Action/Adventure
Platform Origin, PS4, Xbox One
Release Date 03/23/2018

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