A new psychological horror game that follows the disappearance of a young child, Unholy will be found releasing on PC and our favourite consoles in 2023.
Coming about as HOOK and Duality Games partner up to publish the stealth horror exploration experience, a brand new teaser trailer has been revealed as part of the recent Tokyo Game Show for Unholy.
Unholy is the new first-person psychological horror experience coming to PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2023.
Unholy follows the disappearance of a young child from a run down, unwelcoming post-soviet town. Using exploration, puzzle solving and innovative combat mechanics, players will traverse between reality and a twisted Unholy world to unveil the terrifying truth.
The key features of Unholy will include:
- Two parallel worlds to explore. The grey and cold reality of a brutalist post-soviet Eastern European town and the creepy and twisted world of Unholy, a grotesque society ruled by a relentless priest caste.
- An intense psychological horror experience driven by a deep, dark narrative storyline played out with captivating visuals based on the works of reputed dark artist Tomasz Strzałkowski (Duality Games Art director and founder).
- A unique gameplay blend that combines meticulous exploration, intriguing puzzle solving, infiltration and stealth with innovative shooting dynamics.
- An innovative combat system. Use four different emotions: anger, fear, sadness and desire to interact with the environment (destroy obstacles, trigger mechanisms, overload circuits, illuminate your way) or to confuse, lure or damage your opponents.
- Masks! Everybody in the unholy world hides behind a mask and it can be the difference between life or death. Build your own mask to get new skills and improve your abilities or wear other masks to infiltrate, confuse your enemies and impersonate your opponents.
Unholy will be released on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC (Steam) in 2023. You can get wishlisting it on Steam right now if you like. Let us know if you do.
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