There’s an unnerving aura to Paradise Lost, a recreation that sees you discover an deserted bunker that when housed a bunch of Nazis earlier than turning into dwelling to the Polish rebels that overthrew them. On this first-person journey recreation set in an alternate timeline, Germany received World Warfare II, nuking the Allies and plunging most of western Europe right into a nuclear winter.
I had the chance to sit down via a short demo of Paradise Misplaced alongside recreation director Bogdan Graczyk and producer Chris Panas-Galloway. As I watched protagonist Szymon puzzle his method via the bunker, Paradise Misplaced slowly started to disclose small narrative threads that Graczyk and Panas-Galloway promise will join in unexpected methods going ahead, all culminating in a narrative that is about grief–both private and societal.
“On this godforsaken world, [Szymon] lived together with his mom and his mom dies someday, and that leaves him on their own and with no actual good concept on what to do subsequent,” Graczyk explains to me. “That is when he finds this photograph, and that is when he realizes that the seek for solutions of the place he got here from, how he ended up [on his own], and what is the solutions behind the thriller of his mom would possibly assist him address the loss.”