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Take Back Your Identity With Foreclosed



Foreclosed is a narrative-driven, third-person action-adventure, taking place in a Cyberpunk world. As you follow the story of Evan Kapnos in this comic book styled video game, you have to unravel the conspiracy behind your identity being foreclosed. You are stripped of your job and brain implants and access to the city Block-chain. Find out who is responsible and why, before your identity and implants are auctioned off. Foreclosed will be launching in August 12, 2021. This game will be on the following platforms: Nintendo Switch, PS4 (Playstation 4), PS5 (Playstation 5), Xbox Series X, Xbox One, Stadia, and PC (expected to run at a 4K resolution and 60 FPS).

Foreclosed - Official Reveal Trailer | Summer of Gaming 2020


Get ready for some controversy, but while you may agree or disagree, there is a such thing as a subjective truth and objective truth. If you research terms like remote neural monitoring, gang-stalking, Targeted Individual, while the developers of Foreclosed may not admit it, the game has certain similarities to some of the possible events. Ted Gunderson (a former FBI agent) confirmed the actions of gangstalking, which is an overwhelming subject and the main character of Foreclosed loss his identity, which could be heavily influenced by remote neural technology, which are mind-controlled weapons. 

DARPA (Defence Advanced Research Projects Agency) wants to connect human brains to machines, allowing soldiers to fully control military weapons, (sounding like something from a science fiction novel). The way DARPA envisions this happening is using something similar to a diadem, helmet, or apparatus to transmit radio frequency waves that will transmit information into and out of the brain. The brain’s motor and cognitive signals will have algorithms to decode and encode. The other way DARPA envisions this is by requiring a subject to get a substance in their bodies (through a nasal spray, orally, or another mechanism like injections). 

This can be an ongoing topic, but after a while, if we think carefully, we should all be able to make an educated decision on what really goes on in the world. Even the Pentagon pursued a weapon capable of beaming voices into others minds, against their will. The Army is developing synthetic telepathy (where voice mail or email can be sent by thought). 

Try explaining the internet in an era where nobody believes the internet, but the CIA has that advanced technology. How many people will believe the internet actually exist? Now, reveal to them that things like a 5G-powered robot that can remotely give people tattoos. The government definitely has the technology to do things like Foreclosed. It just so happens that many people can hate the police, but trust the FBI, which ultimately makes no sense. 

More About Foreclosed:

In Foreclosed, discover an unlock new abilities. Your main weapon is a pistol and you have to shoot at your enemies. It is okay if you choose not to shoot back. The only thing that may happen is you get relentlessly shot at. Upgrade your weapons with futuristic customizations and who knows what else? Hack into various systems, use superhero-like abilities (like telekinesis) and more. 


Isaiah Joshua is an author and poet and has a love for video games. In May 2016, he graduated from Columbia College Chicago with a Bachelor's Degree in Cinema Arts and Science. As an avid gamer, some of his favorite games are "WWF No Mercy, Hitman, Manhunt, Sims 3, Mortal Kombat, and Street Fighter. Conscious in gaming culture, he is always researching gaming history, as well as the latest games to write about.