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The Turing Test, the stunning first-person sci-fi puzzler built with Unreal Engine 4 has been released on PC and Xbox One.
Published by Square Enix Collective on PC and via ID@Xbox on Xbox One, The Turing Test is developed by Derby, UK based Bulkhead Interactive. The studio previously released Pneuma: Breath of Life, and recently concluded a successful Kickstarter campaign – hitting their funding goal in three days – for their next project Battalion 1944, due to launch in 2017.
The Turing Test follows the story of Ava Turing, an engineer for the International Space Agency (ISA), as she attempts to uncover the truth behind strange events at the research base on Jupiter’s moon, Europa. As Ava, players must use their Energy Manipulation Tool (EMT) to transfer power from one object to another; powering up and taking control of artificially intelligent machines, manipulating giant structures and solving complex tasks – all set to a backdrop of a multi-layered narrative that challenges the player on what it means to be human.
In celebration of The Turing Test’s release, Square Enix Collective has released the following launch trailer:
The Turing Test is available now on PC and Xbox One for $19.99 (€19.99, £14.99). For those looking for the complete experience, The Turing Test Collector’s Edition – containing a digital official art book, original soundtrack and original pre-alpha prototype in addition to the final game – retails for $23.98 (€23.98, £22.48).