Immerse yourself in an emotional and intriguing narrative adventure video game about the awakening of a country.
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Immerse yourself in post revolutionary Mexico City with: Mexico,1921: A deep slumber. An emotional and intriguing narrative adventure video game about the awakening of a country.

Mexico City, 1921. The country is wrapped in the recent consequences of years of conflict and revolution. Álvaro Obregón, leader of the revolution, is now at the head of a country with a brand new social constitution, and a population demanding education and human rights. With the help of intellectuals like José Vasconcelos and artists like Diego Rivera he intends to steer the country to a brighter future. Fast forward 7 years when President Obregón is shot and murdered under mysterious circumstances.

Gameplay

1921 follows the life of Juan Aguirre, a young photojournalist that will be swept by Mexico's whirlwind transformation to modernity, find himself inside the surreal revolutionary art world, rub shoulders with politicians and discover through his camera why Mexico ain't no place for the weak.

Get to know Mexico City’s zócalo, the old police inspection, the Secretary of Public Education, the National Palace and travel with Dr. Atl inside Popocatépetl’s crater to discover the birth of the galaxy. You’ll discover a world rich in details and historical references that will change the collective imagery of what it means to be Mexican.

Special Features

Explore Mexico in the 1920’s!

  • Discover up to ten historic sites like the National Palace, the old Merced market and the new Secretary of Public Education in a striking visual style inspired by Mexican artists' graphic techniques. You’ll be able to drink mezcal with Mexico's most famous muralists, have conversations with politicians, writers, poets and even visit the famous Castañeda psychiatric hospital!

    Historical Photography

  • Take in-game photos with Juan’s camera, change the depth of field, aperture and zoom to immortalize your own version of the city. Through Juan’s album you’ll be able to compare them to the original archival photos in the National Photo Library.

    Collectable History

  • Search for 100+ collectible objects that can trigger side missions and historical data. We work closely with the National Newspaper library to create the most exciting and documented historical content.

Mature Content Description

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Intense violence, blood and gore, sexual content and/or strong language, use of drugs and alcohol consumption, torture.

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