The first few trailers for Still Life 2, including a new one just last week, have shown off the game's tense cinematics, but the latest teaser finally offers a first glimpse of its in-game 3D presentation.
The trailer introduces the game's two playable characters, FBI agent Victoria McPherson and journalist Paloma Hernandez, who experience the events of the sequel from two very different perspectives. While Vic seeks to track down the serial killer dubbed the "East Coast Torturer", Paloma is captured by him and must find a way to prevent becoming his latest victim.
One of the more controversial choices for Still Life 2 was its move from the detailed prerendered 2D backgrounds of the original game to real-time 3D environments, and though the new trailer shows little in the way of recognizable storyline, it does offer a representative sample of the new look.
At 12 MB, the teaser can be streamed or downloaded from WorthPlaying or streamed from GamersHell.