Post by Steve Farrelly @ 10:10am 23/05/19 | 0 Comments
Having been burnt by Call of Cthulhu earlier this year, I was trepidatious about Frogware's interpretation of more Lovecraft, but the way this game looks to marry investigation with a weird world, which appears to be pretty open, truly has us intrigued.
The reason for this is the latest trailer for the game, which releases on PC, PS4 and Xbox One this June 27, has shown a lot of growth since I last laid eyes upon it at E3 last year. Here's an official line:
In this video, the player witnesses the madness and atmosphere impregnating Oakmont. Charles Reed is a private detective gripped by more and more disturbing hallucinations, and he believes he can find the cause in this devastated town.
Surrounded by monsters and unexplained events, he desperately hopes that it is all nothing but a figment of the imagination.