“The year 2020 has sucked on many levels. For Versus Evil, partnering with Invisible Walls is one of the best things to happen all year,” said Steve Escalante, General Manager of Versus Evil. “First Class Trouble is our new entry in the wildly popular social deduction genre, with the likes of Among Us and Town of Salem. Multiplayer games have always brought the “best AI” by adding human interaction. With social deduction games you get to learn how cunning, funny, manipulative, and dramatic people can be. In this COVID world, they’ve been a great escape to a fun, social space where you can hang out with people and have a game night like no other. A quick thank you to the Danish Film Institute who initially funded some of the development to the tune of $370,000. First Class Trouble is a great example of how development teams, publishers and government funds truly help drive creativity with investment in an ever growing, globally flourishing industry.
Further details to bring to consoles will be announced by Versus Evil and Invisible Walls ApS next year.
To wishlist the game or to find more details on the forthcoming playtest be sure to check out the First Class Trouble Steam page here.