‘Beyond: Two Souls’ Getting Hour Long Stream At Tribeca Film Festival

Beyond: Two Souls is getting a special debut at the Tribeca Film Festival. The game will get a special screening on Saturday night at 6:45 EST. The two hour screening will show a 35 minute scene followed by a Q&A with the cast of the game as well as the official trailer.

One of Hollywood’s most loved young actresses, Ellen Page has a starring role in this particular game and the game makers have managed to make her character look quite a bit like the real person.

Quantic Dreams is well known for putting together truly interesting and original games like Heavy Rain and there is quite a bit of anticipation for this particular title.

On the Sony Playstation blog, the company said that it is taking great pains to make sure that none of the major spoilers will be revealed in the 35 minute scene that will be aired tomorrow.

The panel that will follow the official trailer and the 35 minute scene will include Page, the game’s writer and director David Cage and supporting cast members Kadeem Hardison and Eric Winter.

Sadly we won’t get to hear from Willem Dafoe but he does apparently voice a character in the much anticipated game. The scenes and the trailer will be put up on a live stream that you can access through UStream.

The actual panel won’t be put on the same stream but you will be able to watch the panel from the comfort and safety of your computer room if you go to the Playstation blog. That site will live stream the actual panel discussion.

There still isn’t a ton known about what the story for this particular game is, so there should be a fairly large group of people trying to get on and see what this title is all about.

Beyond: Two Souls is due out exclusively on the PS3 this fall.