This fall, NBC will revive their classic superhero TV series with a 13-part "event" series, Heroes Reborn. The show will also get two tie-in games, One is Heroes Reborn: Gemini for the Mac and the other is Heroes Reborn: Enigma for iOS.
The games will come from Imperative Entertainment, which was co-founded by Heroes' creator Tim Kring, and developer Phosphor Games Studio. Both will use Unreal Engine 4 for its graphics:
Expanding on the television story arc of "HEROES REBORN," HEROES REBORN: Gemini is a next-generation first-person adventure PC/console game that brings players into the dangerous world of Cassandra, a young woman who is determined to solve the mysteries of her past while discovering her new powers. The first-person action-puzzle mobile game, HEROES REBORN: Enigma, follows Dahlia, an evolved human with incredible powers, as she attempts to escape captivity at a secret government facility called The Quarry.
Both games can be played and enjoyed separately but share key characters, story points and gameplay dynamics, creating a richer experience for those who play both games.
A teaser trailer for both games will be released on July 12 as part of the Heroes Reborn panel at San Diego Comic-Con.
Source: Comic Book Resources