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Radiohead X Epic Games = Kid A Mnesia Exhibition

PlayStation Showcase offers first glimpse, also for Mac and PC

There we were watching the PlayStation Showcase (September 9th 2021) and swapping notes online about the usual gunplay, swordplay and superheroes when suddenly… wait! Is that Radiohead? Did I just see Epic Games? What gives?

Turns out we weren’t imagining things. The UK art-rockers have teamed up with Epic Games to produce something called Kid A Mnesia Exhibition. According to the Epic store it’s, ‘An upside-down digital/analogue universe created from original artwork and recordings to commemorate 21 years of Radiohead’s Kid A and Amnesiac. ‘

Developed by [namethemachine] x Arbitrarily Good Productions, the single-player experience will be available for PS4, PS5, Mac and Windows from November 5th.

Coming of age

On the same date, Radiohead will also reissue both albums in a range of formats – including vinyl and cassette – along with a third album of outtakes and previously unreleased material.

Earlier this week, Radiohead Tweeted, “We humbly submit KID A MNESIA to you. It’s a coming of age for Kid A & Amnesiac and it’s joined by a new album, Kid Amnesiae [sic], a memory palace of half-remembered, half-forgotten sessions & unreleased material. All three come out together on November 5th.”

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Steve is an award-winning editor and copywriter with more than 20 years’ experience specialising in consumer technology and video games. With a career spanning from the first PlayStation to the latest in VR, he's proud to be a lifelong gamer.

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