Launch Trailer for The Last Worker: Witness the Final Employee’s Journey

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Wired Productions brings us the launch trailer The last worker. This gets us in the mood for the firstperson adventure available since yesterday for PS5, Xbox Series X, Switch and PlayStation VR2.

Additional information can be found in the press release:

The last worker is a firstperson adventure about the struggles of humans in an increasingly automated world where humans are being replaced by robots. The game was built from the ground up to provide both VR and flatpacked entertainment. It combines a handdrawn art style created in collaboration with comics legend Mick McMahon (Judge Dredd, 2000 AD) and unique, immersive gameplay mechanics that are seamlessly woven into a narrative experience like no other.

Attended the 78th Venice International Film Festival (2021). The last worker entered the contest as the only video game. It features an emotional, thoughtprovoking story and complex characters. The cast of these roles is starstudded, including Jason Isaacs (Harry Potter, Star Trek Discovery), Ólafur Darri Ólafsson (The Meg, True Detective), ClareHope Ashitey (Riviera, Children of Men), David Hewlett (The Shape of Water, Oddworld New’n’Tasty), Zelda Williams (The Legend of Korra) and Tommie Earl Jenkins (Death Stranding, Wednesday). The last worker was accompanied by music by Oliver Kraus, known for his collaborations with artists such as Adele, Sia and Florence and the Machine.

The last worker It’s been a long and difficult journey to make, but I wouldn’t trade it for anything,” says writerdirector Joerg Tittel, whose company Oiffy is coproducing the game. “I’ve had the privilege of working with magicians by Wolf&Wood, bringing together the legendary Mick McMahon, composer Oliver Kraus and opera star Jakub Józef Orlinski and mentoring the best actors under the sun It’s hard to create something original, but all these talented friends made it feel completely natural I hope our game will be conversational and above all fun and enjoyable.

“It was a lot of fun, the living dystopia of The last worker development,” says Ryan Bousfield, creative director at Wolf & Wood. “Our goal is to continue to delight players with a satirical adventure featuring varied gameplay, unusual missions, narrative twists and a cheeky robot.”

“Video games are a great way to escape reality, have fun, just enjoy this art form and enjoy the story. But sometimes, just sometimes, there’s a game with a great message,” says Leo Zullo, Managing Director at Wired Productions. “Wired doesn’t shy away from games with strong messages The last worker has quite a bit to offer!”

Players can enjoy capitalism by ordering the physical Jungle Pronto edition. With a reversible cover, Jungle stickers and a doublesided poster, fans can pick up a copy from Amazon (not weird at all) for €24.99 for the PlayStation 5 version and €29.99 for the Nintendo Switch version.

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