Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View takes you on a detective investigation in 1950s England. The game debuts in November; it’s the spookiest month yet.
White Paper Games is launching Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View, a detective thriller set in 1950s England, which launches on PC and consoles on 2 November and puts the player in the role of a retired detective trying to uncover the truth behind the disappearance of an eight-year-old girl.
“When eight-year-old Charlotte May disappears in Dahlia View, retired detective Robert Conway searches for the truth behind her disappearance, watching neighbours from the window of his apartment and assessing their behaviour. As suspicions grow, Conway begins his investigation into Charlotte May’s disappearance, following clues, uncovering new evidence, and putting the pieces of the case together to find the truth unpredictably,” explain the plot, according to the creators of The Occupation and Ether One.
White Paper Games hopes to deliver a tense and exciting story in which you’ll have to observe the actions of the inhabitants of Dahlia View and explore the environment to uncover clues, study suspicious behaviour and find new clues as you interrogate them and solve various puzzles.
Conway: Disappearance at Dahlia View is confirmed for PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox X|S Series, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch. In a statement posted on Sony’s consoles on the PlayStation Blog, developers confirmed support for DualSense haptic feedback, which allows for greater immersion in the environment, as well as two visual modes, with and without native 4K ray-tracing.
Source: Xbox Squad