First-ever interactive sci film The Complex announced

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You decide your fate in the first-ever interactive sci-fi film The Complex by The Handmaid’s Tale Emmy winning writing team, released 31 March 2020.

In the wake of a major bio-weapons attack on London, two scientists find themselves locked down in a laboratory racing against time to stem the outbreak of a potentially devastating pandemic.

A leader in the advancement of Nanocell technology, Dr Amy Tenant (Michelle Mylett) must jump into action to contain the threat, but with a series of life or death decisions to be made, the fate of the nation will ultimately rest in your hands alone.

With 8 separate outcomes available within this interactive outbreak thriller – will you make the right choice?

Paul Higgins of Fields Park Media and Dragon Digital said: “We are excited to be supporting this groundbreaking interactive drama. We believe it will be a major growth area of media going forward where games overlap with linear drama content. You could say we have got the bug!”

THE COMPLEX was developed and produced by John Giwa-Amu on behalf of Red & Black Films and Jade Alexander of Little Jade Productions in association with Brockway Pictures Limited, Great Point Media and Good Gate Media. The multi award-winning video games company Wales Interactive was the technology developer and publisher of the interactive film. Financiers are Wales Interactive and Fields Park.

Interactive Film Features:

  • Multi-optional storytelling with 8 different outcomes.
  • Real-time Relationship Status Tracking that influences the story as you play.
  • Real-time Personality Trait Tracking that evolves based on your choices.
  • Unlockable features include Skip Scene, Personality Assessment and a Hidden Event.
  • Featuring a Pause Choices option for improved audience participation during live streams

THE COMPLEX a live action, interactive Sci-Fi thriller is released worldwide through PC, PS4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch on 31st March 2020

Watch the trailer below –

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