The mystery has program is a classic story that tells of a man who has been given a mysterious task that he must complete. The man is given a very specific time and place to complete the mystery task and then the man is told that the task will be “secret”. The man then sets out to complete the mystery task and finally the man is told that the mystery task has been found out. The man then is given a different task to complete that is completely unrelated to the mystery.
The man is so caught up in the mystery that it’s hard to remember that the mystery is actually irrelevant. The man is left to wonder what really happened to him and why he wasn’t able to finish the mystery. In this case, the mystery task is a plot device to make it seem like the man was given a specific mission to complete, when in fact he was given a completely unrelated task.
In the movie, it is implied that the man was given the task because he was in the wrong place at the wrong time. The man was given the task to find the mole and reveal the truth about the mole, but the mole was actually working for the man, so he was given the task to find the mole, not to uncover the truth. The real reason the man was given the task is because he was told to find the mole by one of the Visionaries.
So what does that make us, if we were ever given that task? The mission to find the mole to expose the mole, which we weren’t told to do, is still the real goal? Does this mean the man was just a dweeb and didn’t do his job, or did he actually have a mission? I guess we’ll never know. We’ll just have to play the movie out and see what happens.
With all of that said, I’m still not convinced that the mission is to expose the mole. The mole is in the company of the Visionaries so he’s not all that far away. And it’s not like he just went to the beach by himself.
That is a very good point. The mission is to find the mole, but more importantly, to find out if the mole is still on Deathloop. The mole is a part of the visionaries, but he is not a part of their group. If he is still on Deathloop, he has to be found by someone within the visionaries and by someone on Deathloop who knows the name of the mole. It would be like the mole was in the organization but not the group.
The reason is because you don’t leave a mole alone. If he is still on Deathloop, he may have been killed by someone on the island, or someone on the island may have murdered him. Someone on Deathloop who knows the name of the mole could figure out who killed him and find a way to kill that person.
We’re guessing this is all the time we’re on Deathloop. We’re still on Deathloop.
Deathloop’s story trailer was the first we’ve seen in a while. It’s short, but there are plenty of action sequences, and the game’s got some really great tunes, but it’s also got a little too much of a mystery and you don’t quite know who to trust. It’s a bit of wishy-washy mystery, like we have no idea who killed the mole but it’s not the same thing at all.
The mystery of Deathloop is not just a question of who killed Colt Vahn. It’s also a question of why we’re here. We’re in Deathloop to kill Visionaries, and we’re stuck here because of the actions of five men who are trying to kill us. The fact that we’re the only thing in Deathloop that isn’t just computer programs is a clue that something is up.