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Gone Home devs unveil new game Tacoma

Gome Home developer Fullbright has teased its sophomore effort, Tacoma.

The game takes place 200,000 miles from earth on the titular Lunar Transfer Station, with the trailer showing off a facility that has a similar vibe to the original underwater setting in BioShock – which certainly adds up given lead designer Steve Gaynor’s credits include BioShock 2’s expansion Minerva’s Den.

"All will be revealed when Tacoma is released in 2016,” the studio cryptically wrote on its blog.

Tacoma is currently in development for Windows, Mac and Linux platforms. Here’s a look at the trailer that premiered during last week’s The Game Awards event:

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