‘Cyberpunk 2077’ Similarity “Purely Coincidental” Says ‘Just Die Already’ Devs As Fresh Trailer Hits Web

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“It was all unintentional, honest. Wait, is that a dictaphone? Are you recording this?” says studio behind old people mayhem sandbox

London, UK – Monday 31st August, 2020 – Responding to suggestions that its latest trailer looks somewhat similar to Cyberpunk 2077, development studio DoubleMoose – the outfit behind forthcoming old people mayhem sandbox Just Die Already, also widely known within the industry as “DoubleWhat?” – has suggested any likeness is “err, , erm, purely coincidental.”

Hype for CD Projekt Red’s latest game is at an all time high, though DoubleMoose co-founder Armin Ibrisagic has suggested the studio was in no way influenced by endlessly re-watching Cyperpunk 2077 trailers, over and over during the development of Just Die Already’s flash new promo.

“We talk a lot about Cyberpunk 2077 at the DoubleMoose office and the trailer kind of just ended up like this unintentionally,” offers Ibrisagic, sat in a home-made replica Cyberpunk jacket, complete with light-equipped pop collar. “Be cool, CDProjectRed. Don’t sue.”

Said trailer follows a similar act of deference towards Death Stranding earlier in the summer. We wish to formally ask all journalists to start asking Hideo Kojima what he thinks of the trailer.

WISHLIST Just Die Already NOW: https://store.steampowered.com/app/979070/Just_Die_Already/

You can also download and play the Just Die Already demo on Steam for free until Wednesday 2nd September.

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About DoubleMoose
DoubleMoose Games is a collective of several three-dimensional organic meat automatons, infused by four-dimensional souls, converging in the same space-time to produce audiovisual entertainment products for the human (and secret alien) inhabitants on “Earth”.

About Curve Digital
Since 2013, Curve Digital has been working with the world’s best game developers to help bring their games to broad, global audiences across all platforms. From renowned indie hits like Bomber Crew and Autonauts, to the multi-million-selling Human: Fall Flat. In recent years Curve Digital has become industry recognised, winning Indie Games Publisher of the Year at both MCV Awards 2018 and 2019, as well as ‘Publishing Star’ at the Develop:Star Awards 2019 and Best Publisher Award at the TIGA Awards 2019. Curve Digital has an ambitious line-up slated for 2020, which includes Embr, HotShot Racing, Peaky Blinders: Mastermind, Just Die Already, Space Crew and The Ascent.

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