IT TAKES TWO Is A WAY OUT Director Josef Fares' Next Story-Driven Title Produced by EA

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IT TAKES TWO Is A WAY OUT Director Josef Fares' Next Story-Driven Title Produced by EA

Following the massive successes of Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons and A Way Out, Josef Fares has announced his next project, and just like the Swedish-Lebanese director's previous video games, It Takes Two will be a completely original production. It Takes Two is being developed at Hazelight Studios and produced by EA.

According to the publisher, Fares' all-new title is "an innovative co-op adventure where uniquely varied gameplay and emotional storytelling intertwine in a fantastical journey." The newly announced video game will be released on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC — and maybe even next-gen consoles — in 2021.

At its core, It Takes Two will be an intense action-adventure platformer. Unfortunately, the game's first trailer doesn't reveal any concrete details on its game mechanics, but it's clear that It Takes Two will be a wild ride. 

Considering that both Brothers - A Tale of Two Sons and A Way Out were critically acclaimed games, it's safe to say that the upcoming title will be worth the wait (especially if you're a fan of unique co-op experiences).

Without further ado, take a closer look at the action-packed It Takes Two announcement trailer down below:


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