Alone in the Dark will soon be released, continuing the year of horror remakes, including Resident Evil and Dead Space. A “re-imagining” of the first trilogy, which began in 1992 with the groundbreaking survival horror original, is how the current version is referred to.
You can see a lot of gameplay in the spotlight trailer, which is above, produced by Pieces Interactive and released by THQ Nordic. It stars David Harbour and Jodie Comer.
Here’s the premise for the game:
Deep in the 1029’s south, Emily Hartwood’s uncle has gone missing. Together with private investigator Edward Carnby, she embarks on a journey to Derceto Manor, a home for the mentally ill where something is lurking. You’ll encounter strange residents, nightmarish realms, dangerous monsters, and ultimately uncover the plot of rising evil. At the intersection of reality, mystery, and insanity, an adventure awaits that will change your core beliefs. Who can you trust, what will you believe, and what will you do next?
THQ Nordic also disclosed that the game would arrive on October 25, just in time for the scary season, as part of the trailer presentation. It will be released for the PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X/S.
However, if you can’t wait that long, a free trial that serves as the prologue to the main tale is currently accessible.
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Although it doesn’t feature any of the combat from Alone in the Dark, it takes place a few weeks before the main game’s events and should give you a flavor of what to anticipate.
Official Alone in the Dark Twitter account shares the links to every demo:
Play the FREE Alone in the Dark Prologue right now:
PSN Europe: https://t.co/XUOuYmR6Tn
PSN America: https://t.co/9SnDXcgR7A
PSN Japan: https://t.co/urYiCthwZd
Xbox: https://t.co/wb36rXGjJa#AloneInTheDark #ReturnToDerceto
— Alone in the Dark (@AITDGame) May 26, 2023
Alone in the Dark launches onOctober 255 for PC, PS5, and Xbox Series X.