Frictional Games has today uploaded an extended look at World War 1 horror game Amnesia: The Bunker. 10 minutes of uncut gameplay provides a deep dive into the horrors of the PS4 game, which arrives on 23rd May 2023. Feel free to give it a watch above.
Retaining the general gameplay mechanics and features from 2020's Amnesia: Rebirth, the claustrophobic setting of a World War 1 bunker focuses more on that tense and frightening loop rather than lengthy story sequences. Gameplay reveals how you'll inspect objects and files within the world as time passes around you, giving the monster the chance to sneak up on you or formulate a plan. There only appears to be one such creature lurking in the hallways this time around, but it's sure to be menacing and tough to beat. Especially since at times, you'll be able to shoot a gun, so it'll need to survive at least a few bullets.
Joined by Miasma Chronicles on release day, 23rd May 2023 is set to be a neat little day for indie titles. Is Amnesia: The Bunker on your wishlist? Let us know in the comments below.
Ever since Amnesia I feel like there have been a million of these fps slow dark kinda indie looking horror games. Are any of them worth playing? I am sure that in VR they are scary, but in a normal setting I would much rather play RE and shoot stuff.
No PS5 Release? Just why?
@Magnus_Selene I've been wondering this since it was announced, as apparently there is a Series X version
This feels like a weird backwards step for Frictional.
The only horror of WW1 will be when this game comes out and gets the 1/10 score it deserves. HEY OH. Nah all jokes aside this looks pretty alright I guess. Nothing too special and honestly hilarious that it actively moved from Tears of the Kingdom to not get absolutely destroyed by it. I think the devs even name dropped it as the reason which was just too funny.
@Magnus_Selene upgrade for like 10$ down the line ya know.
Its a shame no PS5 version, the game definitely looks all right. Atmosphere definitely looks a little better compare to Rebirth.
What's it gonna take to make these guys see the light and release their games for VR? Mechanics-wise with the revolver and handling of objects this would be perfect for VR - not to mention how much scarier it would be!
Looking forward to this, although I think it is on Game Pass, so I suspect Xbox getting a Series enhanced version probably has some correlation.
No PS5 version is a shame, but just means I'll be waiting for a dirt cheap sale.
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