Based on the award-winning television series, the Lost video game will allow players to experience an untold adventure of âEurooeLostâEuro in an immersive, interactive world. The Lost video game is being developed by UbisoftâEuro(TM)s Montreal studio.
âEurooeUbisoft is thrilled to be collaborating with ABC to develop this phenomenal television series into an interactive experience,âEuro said Helene Juguet, US senior director of marketing for Ubisoft. âEurooeUbisoft has worked closely with ABC Studios and the showâEuro(TM)s producers to create a compelling storyline that has the same mystery, adventure and intensity fans of the show have come to expect from the âEuro~LostâEuro(TM) brand.âEuro
âEurooeWeâEuro(TM)re very excited to be working with Ubisoft to develop a game that captures the same surprise and intrigue as âEuro~Lost,âEuro(TM)âEuro said Bruce Gersh, senior vice president, business development, ABC Entertainment and ABC Studios. âEurooeThe series has such a loyal audience, and weâEuro(TM)re happy to bring fans an additional way to interact and engage with their favorite characters.âEuro
"The sense of adventure and suspense that we strive for in the show is also captured in the Lost video game," said Damon Lindelof and Carlton Cuse, executive producers of the âEuro~LostâEuro(TM) television series. "Ubisoft has done a fantastic job and come up with a game that is visually amazing and imaginative both on its own and as an extension of the world of the show."
Ubisoft will unveil the first official video game trailer at the San Diego Comic-Con International Thursday 26th July at LostâEuro(TM)s Season 4 panel from 5:00pm âEuro" 6:00pm (US West Coast).
As a passenger of Oceanic flight 815, you survived the crash and find yourself on an uncharted island somewhere in the Pacific Ocean. As you begin to unravel mysteries of the island, you begin to discover secrets of your own. You will have to understand your past mistakes in order to survive and find your way home.