Hello fellow sleuths! Have you had enough excitement for one month? Well, there's even more where that came from!
At around 3:35-ish AM Mountain Time today (April 4, 2023), HeR Interactive released yet another video update. You can check out my breakdown of it here:
I did not expect another update from HeR so soon, and I'm amazed that they decided to officially announce ND34. We still don't have an official title, date, trailer, description, or any other sort of info, but we do have confirmation that it's happening. It's the most information we've had about a new game directly from HeR since Midnight in Salem released.
I went back to sleep after making this video and woke up at 6:45 with a message that there was even more news.
I'm completely amazed that they filed for ANOTHER trademark before they've even used Mystery of the Seven Keys! And The Case of the Missing Clue sounds familiar, but still very strange. Again, HeR has NEVER used the word "Case" in any of their game titles before. They're really following suit with the books regarding their titling and word usage! I'm super curious to see what this will pan out to be.
Finally, I got a copyright claim (not a strike) on my video covering the newest video from HeR. I thought HeR was trying to take claim for the footage in my video (something of which they have never done in the past), however there was actually a claim on the music in the video. Turns out, they used music that didn't belong to them or any of their games. Take a look at my video on it below:
It's only 8:30 AM Mountain Time here and it feels like April 1st all over again. In a good way! I'm just stunned at how crazy things have been. I have to laugh that news seems to only release on the days that I'm working, which means I've got to be extra efficient with the video making!
Anyways, what do you think about all this? I'm so tired and am probably leaving stuff out, but if you watch the videos you should get a better picture.
That about wraps up today's post. Until next time, detectives!