Wronged Us: New horror game exudes Silent Hill atmosphere

Of the Horror-Titel Wronged Us Abandoned with the bugbear and the associated conspiracy theories Hideo Kojima and Silent Hill nothing to do with. But it still reminds of the latter, especially in terms of atmosphere. No wonder, because according to the developer, Wronged Us was among other things inspired by Silent Hill.

Silent Hill wasn’t the only inspiration

However, it is Silent Hill, of which Delusional Studio especially wants to incorporate the story, the setting and the atmosphere in Wronged Us, by no means the only inspiration. Gameplay as well as some mechanics should be based on the Resident Evil-Reihe orientate yourself and when it comes to the open world and quest design you even want to get involved Dark Souls copy a few ideas.

You can find out exactly what Wronged Us is about in the video description of the gameplay teaser. There it says: “Wronged Us is a cinematic, story-focused game in a small village. Players will explore the deserted and detailed village, face psychological horror, solve puzzles and fight monsters. Players can freely explore different parts of the village using different NPCs interact. “

The different ingredients sound like one solid horror game, but together with the mentioned inspirations and the atmosphere of the trailer, Wronged Us could well be Stand out from the crowd. The bizarre scenes in particular, as seen at the beginning and end of the video, seem quite creative.

Wronged Us is still in the early development. The only developer at the moment is looking for team members to move the project forward. The release of Wronged Us is planned for 2023if the title is for PC and consoles should appear. Further information is available on the official website.

Those: Wronged Us auf YouTube

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