Maneater: Truth Quest – Official Release Date Trailer

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    Check out the latest trailer for the Maneater: Truth Quest DLC, and join investigative journalist Trip Westhaven (played by Chris Parnell) for a look at “Site P.”

    Starring the titular and evolved bull shark protagonist and investigative journalist/narrator Trip Westhaven, Maneater: Truth Quest will take players down the rabbit hole of dark secrets and conspiracies surrounding Port Clovis and the Naval Wildlife Organization (NWO).

    The Maneater: Truth Quest DLC takes players to a brand-new island off the coast of Port Clovis, and features new evolutions, challenges, wildlife, and more.

    Maneater: Truth Quest launches on August 31, 2021, for PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and PC.

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