‘Stranger Things 3: The Game’ Announced, First Trailer Revealed

Stranger Things 3: The Game Trailer World Premiere

Stranger Things 3: The Game Trailer World Premiere

The trailer shown at The Game Awards doesn't reveal much but does show that this new game will also have a suitably retro vibe, but this time from an isometric perspective.

On Thursday night at the 2018 Game Awards, the Duffer brothers surprised everyone by announcing the release of Stranger Things: The Game.

If you've got a Netflix subscription, you've probably watched all of Stranger Things, a nostalgia-tinged mystery show about alternate dimensions.

The Game will release on consoles and PC next year.

The Duffer Brothers, the creators of the hit on-demand series, presented the trailer, which features bits and pieces of what we can expect from the game.

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Developer BonusXP will be bringing Stranger Things 3: The Game to "all platforms" including the Nintendo Switch in the near future. But we'll find out soon enough, fans.

The new game will follow the events of season three, and will offer a cooperative style of play.

As you can see below, users will be able to take control of a variety of characters, from Lucas to Hopper to what appears to be either Eleven, Joyce, or Steve (please god).

Netflix is making the new title with the efforts of Bonus XP.

No release date was confirmed during the show.

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