To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory Announced

2011’s To the Moon and its sequel, 2017’s Finding Paradise, have been two of the most notable adventure/RPG games on the indie scene (or in all of gaming in general, arguably). Their tales of a team of scientists using technology to help dying people live the full lives they’ve always wanted have been some of the most well-crafted and unique tales out there. And now Freebird Games returns to make a whole trilogy with To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory…and as seen in the first trailer below, you likely won’t know what to expect this time around.

Described as a “bonkers time-loop tragicomedy murder mystery thriller involving multiple casualties and a suspicious cat,” the latest entry is the story of Quincy, a man invited to a suspicious party at a secluded mansion where he discovers that the bathroom has a time machine in it, and then this leads to the start of people dying, and then tentacles and Lovecraftian horror are involved. And that is apparently one third of the game’s plot. For the rest, we’ll just wait until late 2020 when To the Moon 3: Impostor Factory comes out for PC, where it may mark the end of an era for the series.