On February 20, the sci-fi mystery game, The Station, will be released on the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Windows, Mac, and Linux. The game was announced today and is coming to you courtesy of a "team of AAA veterans."

The development team includes Dave Fracchia, a former Studio Head at Radical Entertainment, plus Les Nelkin who worked on Kingdoms of Amalur: Reckoning as a designer, and Duncan Watt who composed music for games like BioShock Infinite and League of Legends.
The Station will take players across the universe and aboard a spacecraft orbiting a vicious alien world.

In the distant future the Espial Space Station, the most advanced spacecraft to explore beyond our atmosphere, monitors the alien planet of Psy-Prime. A small research crew of our best and brightest study the locals and evaluate the prospect of cohabitation. Soon after learning the intelligent natives are embroiled in perpetual savage war, Espial's cloaking and communication arrays suddenly go offline and never return.

Players are dispatched to investigate the mysterious circumstances. Upon arrival, much of Espial is without power and the crew have mysteriously vanished.

Only by using intuitive problem solving to restore function to the ship's core systems and keen observation of the digital logs of the missing team, all while dealing with the constant tension of whatever happened aboard The Espial reoccurring, can the player unravel the mystery behind the crew's sudden disappearance.

The Station will retail for $14.99 once it's released on February 20. If you want, there is a special lore website set up at Explore Axiom. You can also check out The Station on Steam, though no pre-order is available for it yet.