Spike Chunsoft announces real-time mystery game Hidden Bats

Hidden Bats

Spike Chunsoft has announced Hidden Bats, a new real-time mystery game that has users solving missing persons cases.

Hidden Bats invites users to help locate missing people in real-time on Twitter and other related websites launched for the new promotion.

Hidden Bats is probably connected to AI: The Somnium Files – nirvanA Initiative, which is set to release on June 23rd in Japan and on June 24th in North America and Europe, across Windows PC (via Steam), Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and PlayStation 4. Videos included in the Hidden Bats promo were teased in nirvanA Initiative trailers, alongside other bits.

Here’s a rundown on Hidden Bats:

Solve the Mystery: Hidden Bats

Communicate with two missing persons to save them.

Missing Persons

The missing persons have access to smartphones. These can only be used at a set time, once every two days for 21 minutes. The missing persons will be able to provide information and codes via Twitter. Once the information is provided, players must respond via Twitter with the proper password within two days to proceed.

1. Follow the official Twitter accounts of Hidden Bats and the two missing persons.

The official Twitter accounts of Hidden Bats and each of the two missing persons will provide information about the case, the missing persons themselves, and the mysterious images that serve as a code.

2. Refer to the Sunaiku Foundation website for information on the missing persons cases.

The Sunaiku Foundation is an organization that provides support to bring missing persons cases to their resolution. The site includes information on cases involving Hidden Bats. The Sunaiku Foundation Official Site:  https://sunaiku-foundation.com/

3. Decipher the code based on a hint video to obtain a password.

Using video from a certain source as a hint, decipher the code presented by the missing persons.

4. Reply with the password to the missing person on Twitter

Send the correct password as a reply to the missing person on Twitter.



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