Earlier this week, Remedy Entertainment has released a new trailer of their latest game - Control.


After a secretive agency in New York is invaded by an otherworldly threat, players will take on the role of Jesse Faden, the new Director struggling to regain Control. This sandbox-style, gameplay-driven experience challenges players to master a combination of supernatural abilities, modifiable loadouts, and reactive environments while fighting through the deep and mysterious worlds that Remedy is known and loved for.

You can watch the trailer on the video below:

According to the developers, here are some basic details about the World of Control:

  • August 4, 1964. Bureau Agents discovered the Oldest House, investigating an Altered World Event case in the New York City Subway tunnels. It's a place of power. From the outside, it looks like an ordinary building, a Brutalist skyscraper, but inside it breaks the laws of our reality, unstable, mad and shifting. There are rooms in the building, where other dimensions leak in. We call these rooms Thresholds.
  • There is a connection between our minds and the unknown, often hostile, forces intruding on our world. These forces gravitate toward everyday objects: a gun, a television, a house with a reputation for being haunted. So, somehow, we affect these events. We're holding the key, but we don't have a clue on how to use it.
  • But there's something in us, in the dreams we dream, in the conceptual reality we power with our minds. What's the cause and what's the effect? Are we the starting point, or just a necessary evil in this? We're dealing with dangerous, unknown forces here. We're on a mission to find answers to these questions... or we die trying.
  • This is Zachariah Trench, The director of the Federal Bureau of Control.


To bring players even closer to the world of Control, Remedy Entertainment will host a global live stream direct from its development studio, featuring Game Director Mikael “Mixu” Kasurinen, Lead Actress Courtney Hope and other staff from the Project. The live stream will offer a deeper discussion around the “World” trailer and a look at how far the game has come since its debut at E3 2018.

Control will arrive on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for PC in 2019.