New Blade Runner game 'Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth' set between the two movies

New Blade Runner game ‘Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth’ set between the two movies

Science fiction aficionados and gamers alike are in for a treat as Annapurna Interactive, renowned for its exceptional game publishing track record, ventures into the realm of in-house development with an eagerly anticipated project. The company has announced its collaboration with the iconic Blade Runner franchise, delving into the expansive universe between the original Blade Runner and its sequel, Blade Runner 2049. Prepare to uncover the mysteries of Deckard’s whereabouts prior to his encounter with Ryan Gosling’s character in that memorable abandoned casino scene.

Titled Blade Runner 2033: Labyrinth, the upcoming game immerses players in the shoes of a Blade Runner, whose identity is tantalizingly concealed by a blanked-out name on their identification. The game’s narrative revolves around the protagonist’s exploration of a mysterious locale known as the “land of the dead.” While the trailer leaves much to the imagination, keen observers have noticed glimpses of what appears to be an early rendition of the memory-crafting technology showcased in Blade Runner 2049.