Playtest sign ups for mutliplayer social game First Class Trouble now available

Playtest sign ups for mutliplayer social game First Class Trouble now available

Independent developer Invisible Walls ApS in partnership with publisher Versus Evil  have announced that sign-ups for a new playtest are officially open on Steam for their multiplayer game First Class Trouble. Players signing up now will be able to play between March 14th and 18th in a St. Patrick’s Day-themed playtest, with special cosmetics during the event. Additionally, those who already joined the Christmas playtest in December will be able to play the beta starting today, ahead of everyone else.

First Class Trouble is a multiplayer social deduction game where six players must work together to shut down a rogue AI trying to kill them. Two of the six players will be chosen at random to secretly play as killer Personoids sent by the AI to betray the other players. The human residents will be able to win by successfully eliminating all the fakes and shutting down C.A.I.N, while Personoids will win by killing all the humans or foiling the shutdown.

To top it all off, a new trailer for the game is set to be revealed during this weekend’s The MIX showcase event on Sunday 14th March: https://www.mediaindieexchange.com/. More information about the forthcoming playtest can be found on the game’s Steam page.

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