In collaboration with IGMN.PRO, UndeadScout are ready for players to experience their debut game. Husk arrives February 3.
Even making it out onto 'select retail shelves' the raw first-person horror title looks to fill the void left by Konami's shift away from Silent Hill. While not quite holding the same feel as P.T. or Resident Evil 7, Husk seems to be taking more inspiration from older Silent Hill titles or more personal projects like Dementium: The Ward.
Arriving in under a month's time, Husk announces its release date with a brand-new trailer attempting to detail its story in the vaguest way it can imagine. Starting off with a stark reminder to report experiences or your own concerns of domestic abuse, you quickly get an idea of the focus topic. We're granted a quick look around some claustrophobic environments before almost literally facing our demons.
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Łukasz Noculak of UndeadScout said: “We are extremely excited that in less than a month players all over the world will be able to experience our debut game – the result of our cooperation with IMGN.PRO. In our newest trailer, we unveil some secrets about the main plot. Drawing on the elements of oneiric horror, in Husk we strive to touch upon real and often very painful problems. I’d rather not reveal any more details right now –you’ll soon be able to discover them on your own!”
The debut title of the Polish studio also draws ties to Alan Wake. Focusing on combat, puzzles and a rich story, it's to include music by both Arkadiusz Reikowski and Peter Klett. While we wait for a Steam page, take a look at the game's official website.