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Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER Coming to Consoles in Q1 2021


The next entry in MidBoss’ cyberpunk point-and-click adventure franchise, Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER will make its way to the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Q1 2021.

Originally announced for the PC and Mac, this title serves as the sequel to 2064: Read Only Memories. Players will be able to re-enter the inclusive and vibrant metropolis of Neo-San Francisco, which is filled to the brim with both familiar locations and fan-favorite characters. In the case of the latter, former police detective Lexi Rivers, elite hacker TOMCAT, and genetically-altered lawyer Jess Meas will make their appearance.

Along the way, players can experience a brand new story that dives into such themes as reality, perception, and identity.

The organization MINERVA has created a genetically engineered creature called the Neurodiver, one which can probe deep into one’s subconscious mind. Players will fill in the shoes of MINERVA agent ES88 in this game, who is capable of using the Neurodiver’s Deep Dive to both access and directly interact with memories. Her ultimate goal is to track down the rogue psychic Golden Butterfly.

Learn more with the teaser trailer below:

Read Only Memories: NEURODIVER Teaser

According to Cade Peterson, CEO of MidBoss:

[testimonials user=” email=” name=” position=” photo=”]“Building new mechanics for NEURODIVER has allowed us to approach the hopeful cyberpunk world we’ve created from new angles. As a diversity-first studio, creating empathy for all kinds of perspectives is part of our mission, and the Deep Dive will allow us to really explore our beloved characters from the inside out.”[/testimonials]
Source: Press Release
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