Creative Mobile and FoxNext Games announce the upcoming release of The X-Files: Deep State, an officially licensed mystery investigation game that will coincide with the release of the highly-anticipated X-Files Season 11, in Q1 early 2018 and celebrating the 25th anniversary of The X-Files. A new trailer for the game has been released, which also leads to a new official website that has a countdown which reveals the game is 69 days away, which means it will be released on February 8.
Players assume the role of a FBI Special Agent, investigating mysterious crime scenes that defy explanation. They must uncover hidden clues, collect evidence, solve puzzles, interrogate witnesses and suspects to solve the case. The events of X-Files: Deep State start to unfold sometime during spring 2010, taking place between the tv series season 9 and 10. The game will feature a storyline revolving around the alien invasion and government conspiracies, as well as self-contained episodes related to various paranormal cases.
The X-Files: Deep State will be available on the App Store, Google Play and Facebook, and the game is free to play with in-app purchases. There will be new cases to solve on a monthly basis, with myth-arc and monsters of the week. There will also be ustomizable character appearance and style options, as players make moral decisions that impact the storyline. The dynamic gameplay is complimented with an engaging storyline, and the game will feature appearances of fan favorite characters. Game languages include English, French, German, Italian, Spanish and Russian.
Creative Mobile is an independent game developer and publisher based in Tallinn, Estonia. Founded in 2010, the company defined a new genre of mobile games and evolved into an internationally recognized studio. Games published by Creative Mobile have been enjoyed by over 350 million players worldwide, and the company continues to reinvent itself and expand into new genres and platforms. FoxNext is driving immersive, next generation entertainment experiences in the areas of virtual and augmented reality, mobile, console and pc games and location-based entertainment across Twentieth Century Fox Film and Fox Networks Group. The division consists of FoxNext Games, FoxNext Destinations and FoxNext VR Studio. Fox has a successful track record identifying exceptional games and publishing partners across the mobile and console/PC space, such as Family Guy: Another Freakin' Mobile Game, Animation Throwdown: The Quest for Cards, The Simpsons Tapped Out, Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff, Ice Age Adventures, Sugar Smash: Book of Life and Alien: Isolation. For those waiting for both the new X-Files season and this game, you can already play a small game at the official website.
The official website reveals that fans will need to, "uncover clues, collect and process evidence, solve puzzles and help interrogate suspects," while also "discovering objects while investigating new cases every month" that will help you reach the top of the leaderboard. There is also a game on the website where fans must put together a shredded document that has ties to Agent Mulder. It isn't known if X-Files creator Chris Carter has any involvement in this game, but you can learn more at XFilesGame.com and take a look at the brief trailer for this game below.