- This Bed We Made—Lowbirth Games’ debut title—was released on November 1, 2023.
- The narrative-focused mystery title is inspired by notable classics like L.A. Noir and Life is Strange.
- We interviewed the creative director and game designer of Lowbirth Games to discuss their debut title.
This Bed We Made is a fresh new mystery thriller set in the 1950s, focusing on a snoopy chambermaid who goes around different rooms in the hotel she works in and cleans things up longer than she’s supposed to, metaphorically speaking. The game’s incredibly well-made, employing the added expanse of Unreal Engine 5, and featuring consequence-based gameplay just as well.
eXputer recently took the opportunity to interview Lowbirth Games’ Olivier Lussier, the studio’s Creative Director, and Dougy Herard, the Game Designer. The Q&A session has unveiled a number of noteworthy insights into the title’s development, such as the origin of This Bed We Made, the project’s inspirations, and some of the major challenges that the developers had to tackle while making the game.
Keep on reading for the full interview.
Lowbirth Games has finally pushed its debut title out, finding it releasing to great reviews. Even though the title focuses on a setting that hasn’t been portrayed in gaming as much, those who have played Life is Strange, and L.A. Noir will still find it rather familiar. This Bed We Made had only a fraction of the budget with regard to the titles it draws inspiration from, making us wonder what other things we could have seen if it was large-scale.
Olivier Lussier, the creative director and co-founder of Lowbirth Games, has confirmed that the studio will continue to explore the narrative-focused mystery genre, and the next project’s development is underway. Whether it is a sequel or a new IP entirely will be confirmed in a future announcement.
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