The new trailer shows off some of the narrative adventure and the voice actors behind the characters.
Beyond Blue

Beyond Blue is an upcoming underwater game that promises to deliver a narrative adventure game. Not only this, but the game is also billed as a spiritual successor to the BAFTA award-winning game Never Alone.

The main focus of this particular trailer is to reveal the game's voice cast. This cast includes Anna Akana (Awkward, Ant-Man), Hakeem Kae-Kazim (Hotel Rwanda, Black Sails), Mira Furlan (Babylon 5, Lost), and Ally Maki (Big Bang Theory, Marvel's Cloak and Dagger).

Beyond Blue has ties to the real-world OceanX initiative. OceanX aims to explore the seas without resorting to invasive exploration techniques. The story in Beyond Blue finds you playing as Mirai and Andre who are testing out their "Ocean Sense Network." This network will explore the depths of the ocean and unravel its mysteries.

Beyond Blue is looking to be released in late 2019 for PC and select consoles.

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Focusing on the Western Pacific Ocean amid a large multispecies gathering of cetaceans and other creatures, players will step into the shoes (and flippers) of Mirai, as they use technology to better understand the urgent threats facing these blue depths. At the same time, Beyond Blue will feature never-before-seen footage licensed from BBC Studios’ Blue Planet II, expanding upon the game’s story and educating players about the social and emotional lives of these whales - the creatures with the biggest brains on the planet.