Dark Fracture Gets Extended Gameplay Video At Gamescom (Video)
Dark Fracture the first horror game from Twisted II Studio released an extended gameplay trailer during the Gamescom 2020 event. Twisted II Stuido consists of Raz Morag and Nissai Becker, a two person team which gave us in depth and never before seen footage of the first-person psychological horror game. Dark Fracture is based in a rural area that is surrounded by forests and takes place in the late 90’s.
Players will dive into the world of Edward, a man who work at a decomposition research facility during the graveyard shift. Edward is deeply troubled and wears unseen scars and this particular job is the first full time employment he has had in quite some time and acts as a restarting point for his life. Though, after one night the lines of reality and imagination start to blur and it becomes harder to see each for what they are.
The Dark Fracture gameplay walkthrough offers a deep, dark look into the gritty, gory and nerve-wracking atmosphere filled with grim ambience and ghastly level designs. It had been stated that inspiration for the game was taken from artist H.R. Giger and Beksinski as well as the well known horror games Visage and Amnesia, all of which are evident in the games graphical composition. Take a look at the video below:
Dark Fracture offers 4k gameplay with the latest in graphic technology and will be available on the next-gen consoles. Early access is set to start on February 28th, 2021 for PC, PS5 and Xbox Series x. The prologue is free to play right now on Steam!
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