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In present-day Europe, astronomers detect a transmission from another galaxy and the world waits for further contact, within days of the transmission mankind is all but wiped out by a devastating attack. There are pockets of humanity left in the eerily deserted world and the survivors must avoid and escape the aliens bent on destroying them and everything they hold dear. Based on the timeless story by H.G. Wells.

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Tragedy strikes, altering the course of the future forever.
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The alien's connection to certain survivors raises difficult questions.
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Cracks start to show as the survivors find different ways to cope.
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The survivors make alarming discoveries not only about the aliens but also about themselves.
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Survivors hide in the hospital, but their enemy is close.
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After the devastating alien attack, disparate pockets of survivors emerge into a shattered world.
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Astronomers detect a transmission from another galaxy, and the people of Earth await further contact with baited breaths.
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The survivors attempt to turn the tables on their aggressors once and for all.

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