On Thursday night during The Game Awards, Stranger Things creators Matt and Ross Duffer revealed the trailer for an all-new video game called Stranger Things 3: The Game, that will have ties to the Netflix show's third season.
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As one of Netflix's most popular series, Stranger Things and its '80s vibes and creepy, supernatural tone are a ideal fit for games, with a new title in the works from the Duffer Brothers based on the upcoming third season.
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Although a release date hasn't been confirmed we'd expect Stranger Things 3: The Game to come out close to the show's own release, which is now expected around summer 2019. It's a little shocking to see child characters in the trailer kill countless guards in cold blood, but it's all in service of that old school gameplay.
Stranger Things 3: The Game is being developed by BonusXP, the same company that released the mobile game Stranger Things: The Game a year ago.
The trailer itself shows you play as Jim Hopper and Steve Harrington in a classic arcade style beat-em-up, as you collect coins before fleeing into an actual arcade. The game will likely be released sometime next year, though no official release date has been announced yet. The game will follow the events of season 3 and will reportedly be available on all mobile platforms.
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