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Bioware releases second teaser for new IP

Bioware has released a second teaser trailer for its upcoming new IP.

Following on from the Nightmare teaser released last week, this trailer is entitled Spark and again tells us very little about the game.

The live action video shows a young man sitting in a restaurant being continually called by a unknown number.

He repeatedly rejects the calls, while drawing a ring-like shape on a paper napkin.

With the final call, he swipes to reject and a spark leaps from his hand to the phone.

As with the previous teaser trailer, a ring of fire flashes up on the screen, this time in blue. His phone is then struck by some kind of lightning attack.

After the young man retreats terrified from the table, the shot pans out to the window of the restaurant where a hooded figure is seen watching the scene unfold.

“Do you know they are watching?” the trailer ends by saying.

As with the last teaser, the YouTube blurb from the video reads:

“Your power is rising.
Cologne, Germany.
You’ve Been Chosen.”

BioWare confirmed it was working on a brand new IP during the E3 2014 EA Games presentation.

This set of trailers is supposedly for a new horror title called Shadow Realms – a game name trademarked back in March by EA.

The game is due to be officially announced during the EA press conference at GamesCom in Cologne on August 13.

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