The remainder of the appropriately cryptic trailer features what appears to be an airlock door cycling open, revealing a spacious hallway featuring arched doorways, wood-and-brass trimmings, and a glass ceiling looking out on a star-filled sky. It’s also worth noting that, despite the brightly lit surroundings and lived-in atmosphere, gravity appears to be turned off.
The camera tracks slowly into the space, moving forward to focus on an etched-glass sign: “Welcome to Lunar Transfer Station Tacoma,” it reads, with the words “A Virgin-Tesla Facility” in smaller letters below.
Not much to go on there, but 2016 is a long way off. What’s more, Fullbright will probably keep a lot of key details held back all the way through if Gone Home is anything to go by.
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