Square Enix Reveals Game On Twitch
kula shakerz    2015-04-07, 17:22 pm.

Square Enix has launched a weird, multi-day Twitch event where they will eventually reveal a new game made by one of their western studios.

The Twitch channel is named CantKillProgress and streams video of a man sitting in what looks like a interrogation room.

Viewers can swap between different cameras in the room and there are also votes happening a few times a day. The last vote is scheduled for tomorrow at 08:30 PDT / 11:30 EDT / 17:30 CEST so they'll probably have revealed the name of the game by then.

My guess is that its a new Deus Ex game but I guess that we'll have to wait and see.

Watch live video from CantKillProgress on www.twitch.tv.

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