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Next-Level Social Deduction Game Dubium Announced

Set in a near-future sci-fi universe, MUMO STUDIO’s latest project is the social deduction game Dubium.

This five-player social deduction game has players taking on the role of either Frontier or Traitor as they set out to escape from an abandoned space station. The Frontier Players must repair solar panels that power the escape pod while the Traitor will sabotage the Frontiers’ efforts. In-game communication is done through built-in voice lines and expressions.

As players progress, they’ll be able to enhance characters by upgrading their gadgets with rewards earned through gameplay. Viewers can also get the chance to participate by using a Twitch extension to suggest actions or help make decisions.

Note that this studio is made up of industry veterans that have previously worked on titles like Black Desert Online, Boxing Star, and Dead to Rights.

Learn more with the trailer below:

DUBIUM | Official Announcement Trailer

The game will come out for the PC in Early Access in 2022.

Source: Press Release
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