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Indivisible Animated Opening Teaser Released

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During Anime Expo, Lab Zero Games treated fans to an exclusive first-look at the animated intro for Indivisible.

You can view the teaser below, which shows approximately the first 30 seconds:

Sneak Peek: Indivisible Animated Opening by Studio TRIGGER and Titmouse

Created by Studio Trigger and Titmouse, the complete animated intro will be available as the opening sequence. Directed by Yoh Yoshinari (who worked on such series as Little Witch Academia and Neon Genesis Evangelion), players can expect an authentic piece of short-form anime content before taking on the role of Ajna as she sets out on a journey to learn about herself, her world, and the mysterious power that has awakened inside her.

The game will come out for the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam in the first half of 2019. You can read our interview with Lab Zero’s CEO, which provides a closer look at the game, here.

Source: Press Release
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