The Quarry, developer Supermassive Games’ spiritual successor to PS4 favourite Until Dawn, is finished and ready for manufacturing. The developer confirmed on Twitter that the game has gone gold, which for those who aren’t up-to-date with industry lingo, means a final build has been submitted to platform holders like Sony, ready to be printed on Blu-ray discs and uploaded to the PS Store.
The game – which has an incredible 186 endings – will release on 10th June, so you’ll have to sit tight and wait patiently for release day. Fascinatingly, while much of the gameplay in the narrative-driven horror will focus on making decisions, there will be a Movie Mode, which will allow you to enjoy the experience without ever pressing a button – an interesting and unusual addition, for sure.
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There's probably gonna be a few teen spirits floating around depending on how many of them survive in your game
Looking forward to returning to the glory days of the horror genre when a whole bunch of people in their 30’s acted as teenagers to go visit some summer camp in the middle of nowhere to meet some grisly fate.
Until Dawn did not last long for me so I am hoping this does.
Look forward to getting my hands on this...& if my initial Until Dawn efforts are anything to go by, there'll be more bad endings for these misfit "teens" than a Choose your Own Adventure Book!😋😱
Im really interested. Seems like the quality for Supermassive is going back to until dawn. Not sure j want to drop $70 on it though as that is very steep
Like...186 unique endings...or only a few unique endings with slight variations to each ending depending on who lives or dies?
I am going to guess it's the latter.
I mean...Elden Ring technically had like...what...7 or 8 endings? But 5 or 6 of those endings are just a variation of a single ending while the other 2 were wholly unique.
Would be a nightmare for trophy hunters if you had to get all 186 endings (unless the game is SUPER short).
I really liked Until Dawn, and I'm currently playing The Dark Pictures: Man of Medan, also from Suoermassive. I'm sure The Quarry will be really interesting. 🙂
What makes this a spiritual successor?
Going gold doesn't mean anything these days it just means they've hit their deadline for burning to disk
@Rmg0731 Pre-ordered a couple of weeks ago from The Game Collection here in the UK for £45.26 ($57). Bargain... Hopefully, and looking forward to it.
I am glad they made a spiritual successor to Until Dawn.
Will definitely buy it on a sale.
I'm sooo ready. Day 1 for me, I've enjoyed all the Dark Picture games but having a bigger game hearken back to Until Dawn, yeah baby.
I found out recently that this was originally a Stadia exclusive, so props to 2K for picking it up.
@BearsAndBattles Same developer that worked on Until Dawn.
It also follows a similar cheesy old school horror film theme.
@KidBoruto I know it’s the same Dev. But why is it a spiritual sequel if the other games weren’t by them. Same exact controls and horror settings.
If there isn't a line as cool (or even cooler) as "understand the palm of my hand, bitch" I'm not buying this game😂😂🤣🤣
Another great looking game for me to avoid. I cant even remotely do scary 😱
I’ll buy the game but I’ll hold off playing it until the winter. Games like this need to be played in the dead of night not the bright summer days.
I hate games or movies that revolve around teens, I'm glad i'm not a teenager anymore.
Does Supermassive Games’ future as a developer hinge on the success of The Quarry? I enjoyed the Dark Pictures Anthology games—especially the first two games, though I never could get into the third one…it just didn’t interest me like I hoped it would. Anyway, I don’t think those three games performed up to expectations in terms of the sales figures they were hoping to achieve. I hope the company sticks around. They’ve got real talent.
@SamMR it's camp counselors in their 20s bro lol
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