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‘Impostor Factory’ Coming to PC in Late 2020

  • A new entry in the To The Moon series.
  • Expected to release by the end of 2020.
  • Follow the story of Quincy, and some tentacles are involved.


The beloved To The Moon series is about to get a third entry. Developer Freebird Games have announced Impostor Factory for PC via Steam, and it will release at the end of 2020. The chronological order of the series will now be: To The Moon, A Bird Story, Finding Paradise, and now Impostor Factory. The other titles can be found on Steam in a bundle currently 69% off. To The Moon is also scheduled to release for Nintendo Switch in early 2020.

Like prior entries from developer Freebird Games, Impostor Factory is a narrative-driven adventure game. Players can expect tons of wackiness, as the developers claim this story is out of its mind. Dr. Rosalene and Dr. Watts return with their peculiar job of allowing people another opportunity to relive their lives from the beginning, and make different choices they’ve grown to regret. Impostor Factory will follow new character Quincy.

It all started one day when Quincy was invited to a dang party that was located at a secluded mansion. Despite the suspicions he felt about its location, he still decided to go. In Quincy’s mind, despite being suspicious and secluded, it was still a fancy party that not many are invited to. At this party, he decides to use the restroom, and learns that there is a time machine in there. It was now possible for him to wash his hands, and then time travel. This was the perfect opportunity that rarely presents itself.

Along the course of this adventure, however, people begin to die. Players will learn what is causing this terrible set of circumstances, and the developers have claimed there are some Lovecraftian influences. There will also be tentacles involved in some fashion, and everything revealed so far is only roughly 1/3 of what the game is truly about. Some special features are as follows:

  • A story that will make you curse at the screen.
  • A cozy mix between adventure game elements and classic RPG aesthetics.
  • Dialogues that read so wrong but feel so right.
  • An espresso execution with zero filler and no time drains.
  • Long cat.

For those who have followed along with the To The Moon series, how excited are you for Impostor Factory? What would you like to see in this new story? To stay up to date on Impostor Factory, make sure to follow the developers on Twitter, Facebook, and their official website.