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Anthology Of Fear Announced For PC And Nintendo Switch

Developer RG Crew, along with the publisher, Ultimate Games S.A. has announced that their psychological horror game, Anthology of Fear will be releasing for PC in the first quarter of 2020 and a few months later for Nintendo Switch.

This first-person psychological horror game has been designed to be much different from similar games. Instead of just one story or a few additional small ones, it features three separate stories with different plots and elements of gameplay ensuring you don’t get bored of doing the same thing in each story.

“Each of the three stories is different – of course there are also different
characters, time periods, and so on. The player thus receives three
smaller games in one. Each of them will provide different experiences. Our
game will be diverse and ambiguous. It won’t be any problem for fans of
the series Silent Hill and Outlast to find themselves in Anthology of Fear.
The same goes for titles in the style of Layers of Fear, Alan Wake or even
Hunt: Showdown”
– Hubert Zatorski – Chief Designer
The first of the three stories is set in the 20th century in a remote area of Siberia and will feature survival and hunting elements. Story number two is based around contemporary history and will feature creative acts and alienation. Lastly, the third and final story is set in an unspecified time and place with the main focus being on memories.
“In Anthology of Fear we took a broad perspective and that will translate
into the gameplay itself. Thus, each episode will also be different in this
respect. Depending on the episode, there will be plenty of exploration,
sneaking, escaping, fighting and hunting”
– Piotr Rycabel – Chief Programmer
We’ll be sure to have more news as the game’s launch date gets closer for PC and then Nintendo Switch.

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