David Harbor and Jodie Comer star in a horror video game

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The actors David Harbour e Jodie Comer will be the stars of a new horror video game that should be released next year. Harbor is known to the general public for playing the character of Hopper in Stranger Things, while Jodie Comer, born in 1993, recently won an Emmy Award for her interpretation in the series Killing Eve.

Moreover, Harbor is currently working on a film adaptation of the video game Gran Turismo. A confirmation, once again, of how much the world of cinema and the videogame universe are increasingly interconnected.

What we know about the horror game with David Harbor and Jodie Comer

In reality, the news on the video game in question is absolutely scarce. However, the news comes directly from Harbor who, in a recent interview with the microphones of Fan Nation, confirmed the indiscretion. When asked by the reporter whether he would like to star in a video game, the actor replied:

“I’ve actually already done it but it’s not out yet. Jodie Comer and I starred in a play. It’s coming out, I think, next year. It’s going to be a horror game.” The actor did not want to reveal further details, leaving the fans in mystery. Currently, therefore, we do not know the title of the game or even the plot.

David Harbour nei panni di Jim Hopper in STRANGER THINGS. Cr. Courtesy of Netflix © 2022

In the meantime, however, fans of horror video games can play The Callisto Protocol, released just a few days ago for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and PC.

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