Lovecraft-Inspired Horror Game Inner Voices Gets an Official Release Date (VIDEO)
2017 has been aplenty with horror games in the last few months. While some titles have been solidly scary so far, others have amped up the creep factor to diaper-mandatory heights. Indie publisher Fat Dog Games looks to keep the terrifying trend alive with Inner Voices, an upcoming Lovecraftian horror adventure headed to Steam this May 10th. An official trailer for the game can be seen below:
Inner Voices follows protagonist John Blake, a man with no memories and no idea how to escape the ominous, maze-like purgatory he finds himself within. The only clues the player receives come from whispering, disembodied voices, which guide the protagonist forward through the game’s randomized labyrinth of rooms. Along the way, John learns the mysteries of his past from the haunting world around him, not knowing the dark revelations in store for the memoryless man. Players who make it through the 50 total nightmare corridors can end up with five possible endings for John’s story. Those who wish to experience Inner Voices for themselves can play the free demo on its official Steam page.
It being a first-person horror game, Inner Voices was naturally expected to feature virtual reality support, but functionality has not been made clear as of yet. On the bright side, the horror game is stated to work with Oculus Rift DK2, but those have since been phased out in favor of the final product. A patch to enable modern Oculus Rift or HTC Vive support may be in order by Fat Dog Games sometime down the line. We here at Don’t Feed the Gamers will report any news updates as they come.
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