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Gone Home developer reveals first-person sci-fi game Tacoma

Due in 2016.

Gone Home developer Fullbright has revealed its next game as the first-person sci-fi story Tacoma.

Revealed at tonight's The Game Awards, little is known about it, but it follows an astronaut exploring the Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma - a place that looks like BioShock's Rapture in space, or an abandoned set from The Fifth Element sans Chris Tucker.

Tacoma is due in 2016. So far the only announced platforms are PC, Mac and Linux, though it could come to other platforms. Take a peak at its debut trailer below.

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