Square Enix has kicked off a live interactive reveal of CKP (Can’t Kill Progress) on Twitch. The stream started at 9:55 PDT / 12:55 EDT / 18:55 CEST and shows a man laid on the floor in what appears to be a holding cell, the footage is cut with computer readouts appearing at varying times with additional information.
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