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Trailer heralds Belief & Betrayal’s release

There's no doubt about it anymore. Belief & Betrayal is ready for its international release, and to mark the occasion, Lighthouse Interactive today released a new trailer for Artematica's conspiracy thriller.

After several false starts, the long-awaited adventure will soon be casting players in the role of journalist Jonathan Danter, whose seemingly routine murder investigation soon exposes a much deeper ancient mystery involving dangerous secrets concealed by the Church for many centuries. Helping Danter uncover the truth are two other playable characters, language specialist Katrin McKendal and Damien, a hotshot computer wiz, as the adventure moves across Europe, including stops in London, Venice, Rome, and the Vatican.

The 10 MB trailer shows plenty of in-game footage from the game, and can be streamed or downloaded from FileFront, or from any of the mirror sites listed at the publisher's website.

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As journalist Jonathan Danter, you discover that the murder of your uncle ten years earlier is somehow part of a greater ancient mystery that could destroy humanity itself.