Supermassive Video games, the makers of Till Daybreak and The Darkish Photos Anthology, as we speak introduced an all-new interactive horror story. The Quarry is an entire separate story telling the story of teenaged summer time camp counsellors who discover themselves on the receiving finish of mysterious megamurder. Getting slashed is an actual hazard with that job. Impressively, the game’s solid contains horror veterans like David Arquette, Lance Henriksen, and Ted Raimi. Take a look at the announcement trailer under.
That appears good, that. Love a gaggle of youngsters susceptible to getting slashed to items. I actually loved Till Daybreak, Supermassive’s PlayStation-exclusive breakout hit about youngsters getting megamurdered. However their newest interactive horror tales, The Darkish Photos Anthology collection, have been distinctly much less good—although the most recent turned issues round a bit, as Alice Bee will let you know in our Home Of Ashes evaluation. However The Quarry, sure, I am very right here for this. Nice vibes.
The solid (helpfully laid out on on the game’s web site is useless spectacular too. David Arquette from Scream! Lance Henriksen from Aliens and the rest which requires an actor who each appears and seems like a sentient rockslide! Justice Smith from Detective Pikachu! Ted Raimi from The Evil Lifeless, Xena, and being entomed inside a large chess piece in Twin Peaks! Scream queen Lin Shaye! Grace Zabriskie from Twin Peaks! I am going to watch something with Lance Henriksen or Ted Raimi, so I assume I am in both method.
Together with singleplayer, The Quarry will help native co-op the place every Player controls one counselor. Hopefully it’s going to be doable to bodge that into on-line co-op utilizing third-party options like Steam Distant play Collectively? It will even have a web-based mode the place you and your friends “can watch alongside and vote on key selections”.
The Quarry is because of launch on Steam on the 10th of June, priced at £55. It will even be on PlayStation 5, PS4, Xbox Xeriex XS, and Xbone. 2K are publishing this one.
Supermassive are nonetheless engaged on The Darkish Photos Anthology. They plan to wrap up “season one” with The Satan In Me, set within a reproduction of the notorious (and presumably unreal) ‘Homicide Fort’ constructed by supposed serial killer H. H. Holmes.