11-11: Memories Retold is a beautiful, artistic game set during the First World War

Platforms: Microsoft Xbox One | PC | Sony PlayStation 4

It's impossible not to be totally enamoured by the stunning graphics of the newly 11-11: Memories Retold - a game set in the First World War from the minds at Aardman and DigixArt that features stunning impressionism that makes every frame appear to be a beautiful painting.

The game stars Elijah Wood as a Canadian photographer who is one of your two playable characters that provide your entry into this wonderful world.

11-11: Memories Retold arrives on PC, Xbox One and Playstation 4 on 9th November.





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BANDAI NAMCO Entertainment Europe is proud to showcase the first story trailer for upcoming WW1-set narrative adventure, 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD.

The game, created in conjunction with the Oscar-winning studio Aardman and DigixArt, brings to life the story of both sides of WW1 – 100 years after its conclusion. The new trailer, revealed today, introduces the two key characters of the game, Kurt and Harry, set amongst the backdrop of the tense, cramped, and claustrophobic trenches.

Kurt, a German soldier played by International Emmy-nominated actor Sebastian Koch, is a father, who is only on the front lines after signing up to look for his son, who is missing in action. While Harry, a Canadian war photographer played by multi-award winning actor Elijah Wood, has arrived on the battlefield only to discover the harsh realities of war on the frontline. The game’s plot revolves around these two playable characters, their companions, and their connection to each other as players tackle this moving,    narrative adventure.

Developed by Aardman and DigixArtplayers will experience two sides, both at the front and the rear, of a complex historical event – in a war game that stands for peace. Inspired by true events, the story of 11-11: MEMORIES RETOLD is brought to life using an innovative artistic technique that creates playable characters as if within a painting.

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