Watch the new trailer for the nightmarish story that sees you trapped on a analysis facility on Mars
We are edging closer to the abyss, as Moons of Madness is due to launch on PlayStation four on 21st January. The cosmic horror game combines Lovecraftian themes with Mars exploration.
You play as Shane Newehart, engineer on a analysis facility constructed by The Orochi Group on Mars. Following awaking from a disconcerting dream, you go about your each day routines, largely attempting to right all the numerous issues that have a tendency to go awry on a base 140 million miles away from the nearest comfort retailer.
As your day progresses, nevertheless, quite a few issues start out going incorrect and your dream begins to appear extra and extra like a premonition of the nightmare that lies ahead. You are going to have to figure out what’s going on, as you delve deeper and deeper into a globe of horror, conspiracy, betrayal and delusion. But most importantly, you will have to figure out a way to survive.
The Norwegian game improvement studio Rock Pocket Games has developed a game in which you will discover oneself face-to-face with weird and indescribable beings that you couldn’t hope to fight off by any traditional suggests.
Rather you will have to rely on your dilemma-solving expertise, your calm and your capacity to run and hide. When jump scares are central to most any sort of horror games, Moons of Madness is extra about the ever-present sense of dread.
The game is due to release for PlayStation four on 21st January, 2020, but you can pre-order it from PlayStation Shop from 22nd October. Pre-ordering the game grants you immediate access to the psychological horror game The Park.
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