Sherlock Holmes: The Devil’s Daughter
developer Frogwares has released more than ten minutes of actual gameplay for the upcoming release.
In the video, "Sherlock is trying to help Tom Hurst, a young Whitechapel boy whose father George has been missing. The world’s greatest detective will have to investigate the streets of Whitechapel and use his observation and analytical skills to collect clues. When his deductions lead to the identification of a suspect, Wiggins, the street urchin, will come to the rescue to chase the mysterious man..."
The video shows off the upgraded graphics and new mechanics, including the ability to move freely between different areas, and an upgraded character observation system, where making the correct deductions can change the course of the investigation.
It also shows the return of some features from previous Sherlock Holmes
games, such as the first person perspective. The trailer promises "many more surprises await you in the final game."
You can join Sherlock and Watson in Sherlock Holmes: The Devil's Daughter
on June 10th.