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We Are OFK Confirmed for PlayStation 4 & PlayStation 5

We Are OFK

Team OFK have announced during the PlayStation State of Play that We Are OFK will be coming to PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 on launch.

We Are OFK will launch 2022 for Windows PC (via Steam), PlayStation 4, and PlayStation 5.

The narrative driven game focuses on two lovers, and eventually four friends, forming an indie band trying to take on the Los Angeles music scene. Across give interactive animated episodes, players will also take part in interactive music videos; all fully-voiced by a star-studded cast.

You can find the State of Play trailer below.

You can find the rundown (via Steam) below.

From indie pop band OFK comes the story of how four friends came together to release their debut EP without throwing their phones at walls in frustration. An interactive making-of-the-band series about dreaming, dating, and paying rent in Los Angeles.

A Making-of-the-Band Series & Interactive EP

Itsumi Saito just moved Downtown and broke up with her long-term girlfriend, leaning into her dream of making it in music. But juggling practice, friends, a brutal commute to the west side, and a full-time job… Itsu is struggling to establish herself in the cutthroat music scene of LA. When she talks her way into a shmoozy Hollywood party and makes friends with a rising music producer, she sees a chance to bring her dreams a little closer.

We Are OFK is an interactive narrative series of arguing over lyrics, sending sad texts, and playing Interactive Music Videos, including OFK’s debut single “Follow/Unfollow” and more!

Features

  • 5 Episodes of the interactive animated series
  • 5 Interactive Music Videos: with debut tracks performed by OFK
  • Fully-voiced interactive dialogue from a star-studded cast
  • Emotional texting, thirst texting, meme texting, emoji spamming
  • Original Los Angeles locations. You’re gonna love the boba shop it’s wild
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