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Until Dawn is designed to be played multiple times, as players cannot see all content with a single playthrough.Each playthrough lasts about nine hours in length and the game mechanics utilise an in-game system called the "butterfly effect" in which any choice of action made by the player may cause unforeseen consequences later on.For example, locating a weapon in an earlier chapter may allow the player to pick it up down the line when a chase scene leads back to the same room. Throughout the game, players will make difficult decisions during ethical or moral dilemmas, such as sacrificing one character to save another.The game also includes a flashback and flashforward mechanic where if a certain event has, or is about to, unfold, or if something important is realised by a character, the game will show a flashback through the eyes of a character that witnessed an event that caused the upcoming encounters, or it will show a choice the player made that resulted in the event. Flashbacks and flashforwards are normally not a good sign and are an indicator that something bad has or will happen. The Butterfly Effect system blurs the line between right and wrong decisions, and it is possible for players to keep all eight characters alive as well as having all eight of them die, allowing for many different paths and scenarios as well as offering several different endings for each character. On 2 February 2014, Josh Washington (Rami Malek), his two sisters, Beth and Hannah (Ella Lentini), and their friends Sam (Hayden Panettiere), Mike Munroe (Brett Dalton), Chris (Noah Fleiss), Ashley (Galadriel Stineman), Emily (Nichole Bloom), Matt (Jordan Fisher), and Jessica (Meaghan Martin) have a party in the Washington Lodge on Blackwood Mountain for their annual winter getaway. Mike, Emily, Jessica, Matt, and Ashley play a mean-spirited prank on Hannah, causing her to run away from the lodge into the woods, and Beth to chase after her. They are pursued by a fire-spewing individual who corners them on a cliff, which they both fall off. On the one year anniversary of his sisters' disappearance, Josh invites the group back to the lodge again. Once there, the group quickly splits, as couples Mike and Jessica walk to the guest lodge, Matt and Emily return to the cable car station to retrieve one of Emily's forgotten bags, and Sam goes upstairs to have a bath. After Mike and Jessica arrive at the cabin, Jessica is dragged away by an unknown creature with Mike pursuing them into a mine. He follows a Stranger into an abandoned sanatorium and learns about an incident in 1952 where 30 workers were trapped in a cave-in. Chris gets knocked out and wakes to find Ashley and Josh chained to a giant saw blade deathtrap by a masked man, which results in Josh being bisected. After learning about Josh's fate, Emily and Matt try to leave the mountain via the cable car, only to find it locked. They climb a radio tower and are able to contact a park ranger who says help won't arrive until dawn, before the tower is pulled down, and they fall into a mine shaft and are separated. Sam is stalked by the Psycho and is either knocked unconscious, or escapes into a workshop. As Chris, Ashley, Sam, and Mike congregate underground, the masked psycho reveals himself to be Josh, who was pranking the group in retaliation for his sisters' disappearance. He confesses to rigging the lodge to appear haunted but denies killing Jessica; Mike and Chris tie him up and leave him in the shed. In the mine, Emily finds Beth's head and Hannah's personal effects, realizing that Hannah survived the initial fall and that she had eaten Beth's flesh in order to try and survive, turning her into a Wendigo. She encounters the Stranger, who helps her escape from the unknown creatures and return to the lodge. The Stranger (Larry Fessenden) confronts the group and reveals the mountain is inhabited by Wendigos, who were humans that were possessed by evil spirits after engaging in cannibalism. Chris and the Stranger go to retrieve Josh, only to find him missing, before the Stranger is killed. Mike and Sam go to the sanatorium to find Josh and the cable car key, but are pursued by the miner-turned-Wendigos, forcing them to destroy the building. They find Josh in the mines, hallucinating badly, and watch as he is either killed or spared by the Hannah Wendigo. Matt and Jessica find each other in the mine and escape the Wendigos on the way to the surface. Mike and Sam return to the lodge to meet with the other survivors, only to find it overrun with fighting Wendigos. The creatures cause a gas leak, which the group then sets alight with an electrical spark, destroying the lodge and killing all of the creatures. The survivors sit outside the burning building as rescue helicopters arrive at dawn to take the group away.

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Until Dawn is designed to be played multiple times, as players cannot see all content with a single playthrough.Each playthrough lasts about nine hours in length and the game mechanics utilise an in-game system called the "butterfly effect" in which any choice of action made by the player may cause unforeseen consequences later on.For example, locating a weapon in an earlier chapter may allow the player to pick it up down the line when a chase scene leads back to the same room. Throughout the game, players will make difficult decisions during ethical or moral dilemmas, such as sacrificing one character to save another.The game also includes a flashback and flashforward mechanic where if a certain event has, or is about to, unfold, or if something important is realised by a character, the game will show a flashback through the eyes of a character that witnessed an event that caused the upcoming encounters, or it will show a choice the player made that resulted in the event. Flashbacks and flashforwards are normally not a good sign and are an indicator that something bad has or will happen. The Butterfly Effect system blurs the line between right and wrong decisions, and it is possible for players to keep all eight characters alive as well as having all eight of them die, allowing for many different paths and scenarios as well as offering several different endings for each character. On 2 February 2014, Josh Washington (Rami Malek), his two sisters, Beth and Hannah (Ella Lentini), and their friends Sam (Hayden Panettiere), Mike Munroe (Brett Dalton), Chris (Noah Fleiss), Ashley (Galadriel Stineman), Emily (Nichole Bloom), Matt (Jordan Fisher), and Jessica (Meaghan Martin) have a party in the Washington Lodge on Blackwood Mountain for their annual winter getaway. Mike, Emily, Jessica, Matt, and Ashley play a mean-spirited prank on Hannah, causing her to run away from the lodge into the woods, and Beth to chase after her. They are pursued by a fire-spewing individual who corners them on a cliff, which they both fall off. On the one year anniversary of his sisters' disappearance, Josh invites the group back to the lodge again. Once there, the group quickly splits, as couples Mike and Jessica walk to the guest lodge, Matt and Emily return to the cable car station to retrieve one of Emily's forgotten bags, and Sam goes upstairs to have a bath. After Mike and Jessica arrive at the cabin, Jessica is dragged away by an unknown creature with Mike pursuing them into a mine. He follows a Stranger into an abandoned sanatorium and learns about an incident in 1952 where 30 workers were trapped in a cave-in. Chris gets knocked out and wakes to find Ashley and Josh chained to a giant saw blade deathtrap by a masked man, which results in Josh being bisected. After learning about Josh's fate, Emily and Matt try to leave the mountain via the cable car, only to find it locked. They climb a radio tower and are able to contact a park ranger who says help won't arrive until dawn, before the tower is pulled down, and they fall into a mine shaft and are separated. Sam is stalked by the Psycho and is either knocked unconscious, or escapes into a workshop. As Chris, Ashley, Sam, and Mike congregate underground, the masked psycho reveals himself to be Josh, who was pranking the group in retaliation for his sisters' disappearance. He confesses to rigging the lodge to appear haunted but denies killing Jessica; Mike and Chris tie him up and leave him in the shed. In the mine, Emily finds Beth's head and Hannah's personal effects, realizing that Hannah survived the initial fall and that she had eaten Beth's flesh in order to try and survive, turning her into a Wendigo. She encounters the Stranger, who helps her escape from the unknown creatures and return to the lodge. The Stranger (Larry Fessenden) confronts the group and reveals the mountain is inhabited by Wendigos, who were humans that were possessed by evil spirits after engaging in cannibalism. Chris and the Stranger go to retrieve Josh, only to find him missing, before the Stranger is killed. Mike and Sam go to the sanatorium to find Josh and the cable car key, but are pursued by the miner-turned-Wendigos, forcing them to destroy the building. They find Josh in the mines, hallucinating badly, and watch as he is either killed or spared by the Hannah Wendigo. Matt and Jessica find each other in the mine and escape the Wendigos on the way to the surface. Mike and Sam return to the lodge to meet with the other survivors, only to find it overrun with fighting Wendigos. The creatures cause a gas leak, which the group then sets alight with an electrical spark, destroying the lodge and killing all of the creatures. The survivors sit outside the burning building as rescue helicopters arrive at dawn to take the group away.

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