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Dark detective hacking adventure Song of Farca releases on July 21

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In the upcoming detective hacking adventure Song of Farca from developer Wooden Monkeys and publisher Alawar Premium you sees you hack into crime scenes, look over evidence and sends you down a dark a brutal rabbit hole.

A detective adventure with a "Black Mirror-esque atmosphere of digital dominance and the narrative structure of a US crime procedural". It's been announced for release on July 21, which the publisher informed us today that this date will include the Linux version.

"Corporations and criminal gangs have carved Farca city up into zones of influence, and there's nothing the corrupt government can do about it. The police and the state do nothing, leaving residents no choice but to turn to private investigators. A hacker PI Isabella Song may be under house arrest, but that won't stop her from uncovering crimes that the police have turned a blind eye to due to pressure from the mafia."

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Features:

  • Launch drones and gain access to personal messages and deeply hidden secrets
  • Recover corrupted video files and photos
  • Draw conclusions by questioning suspects and analyzing biometric data
  • Combine leads to create a database of hard evidence
  • Analyze evidence using AI
  • Rely solely on the facts – sometimes, clients can lie, and suspects can end up victims
  • Make life-changing decisions and live with the consequences

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Quotethe narrative structure of a US crime procedural

Am I the only one put of by this? Maybe it's because I'm in Europe, and with time I kind of realized there is a massive gap in the whole legal side of things between EU and US (I don't know for the rest of the world), it show especially in TV shows and movies... So I don't know, the sentence make me more wary than interested by the game.
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