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MULTIPLAYER SOCIAL DEDUCTION GAME FIRST CLASS TROUBLE PLAYTEST SIGN UPS NOW AVAILABLE

MULTIPLAYER SOCIAL DEDUCTION GAME FIRST CLASS TROUBLE PLAYTEST SIGN UPS NOW AVAILABLE

DECEIVE OR BE DECEIVED IN A ST. PATRICK’S DAY THEMED PLAYTEST ON STEAM MARCH 14th – 18th

Baltimore, MD – March 11th, 2021 – Independent developer Invisible Walls ApS in partnership with indie publisher Versus Evil are excited to announce that sign-ups for a new playtest are officially open on Steam for their multiplayer, social-deception game First Class Trouble. Players who sign up now will be able to play between March 14th – 18th in a St. Patrick’s Day themed playtest, with special cosmetics just for the event.

Players who joined the Christmas playtest in December will be able to redownload the playtest and play in the St. Patrick’s Day beta starting today, and play before anyone else.

Additionally, developer Invisible Walls ApS and publisher Versus Evil are also releasing a new trailer for the game ahead of a big announcement to be revealed during this weekend’s The MIX showcase event on Sunday 14th March: https://www.mediaindieexchange.com/.

To celebrate the announcement of the playtest, Versus Evil is releasing a compilation of their favorite moments from the content creators playing First Class Trouble.

First Class Trouble is a multiplayer social deduction game where six players must work together to shut down C.A.I.N., the rogue A.I. of a failing luxury space cruise-liner that is trying to kill them. Two of the six players are chosen at random to secretly play as Personoids, killer humanoids sent by C.A.I.N. to betray the other players. The human residents win by successfully eliminating all the Personoids, and reaching and shutting down C.A.I.N. Personoids win by killing all the humans before they reach C.A.I.N. or by reaching C.A.I.N. with the humans and foiling the shut down.

Stay tuned during the weekend’s The MIX event reveal here

Further details to bring First Class Trouble to consoles will be announced by Versus Evil and Invisible Walls ApS sometime later this 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.