How Scary Can A Videogame Be

Scares range from the creaking-door suspence to the jump in your face screamers, all of which are unpredictable and leaving the player in constant tension. Along the way, players can also learn the history of the house and its past residents, piecing together why the ghosts inside appear malevolent in nature. Developers have remained cryptic as to what players can expect, but so far it has picked up a lot of interest since its kickstarter campaign launched, further fueled by the 17 minute gameplay footage released in November 2016. The game is scheduled for release sometime in Spring or Summer 2017, and it is likely to leave an impact on gamers long after they complete the game. Number 4. Days Gone: Fans of zombie games should be sure to put this on their wishlist. Days Gone is an open-world zombie-apocalypse game with a third-person perspective. You look through the eyes of Deacon Casinoslots Ireland, a former bounty hunter struggling to survive in a world overrun by beings known as Freakers. These zombie-like beasts are mindless, but are evolving with the changing environment to make them more dangerous.

The player will encounter several types of freakers, each with their own abilities, as well as disatvantages. Players have a choice to avoid combat or run in full body should they wish to do so. The game also has taken full advantage of the Unreal Engine 4 with its beautiful environment and detailed physical features of the AI and player character. The Tech Demo at E3 2016 left the audience enthuziastic about the game, optimistic it will be familiar in gameplay, while unique in story. While Telltale’s The Walking Dead is a masterpiece, Days gone looks to one-up it by adding the detailed landscape and open-end exploration along with the story, which will leave players with hours of adventure. It is unknown when the game will be released, but it is predicted to be ready within the next year or so. Number 3. Outlast 2: By far a much anticipated release, Outlast 2 is the sequal to the critically acclaimed horror game from 2014.

Set in the same universe as the first, Outlast 2 is set in the Arizona desert with a new story from the original. Investigative journalist Blake Langermann and his wife, Lynn, are standed when their plane crashes. The two are digging in to a mysterious murder of a pregnant woman whose name is simply Jane Doe. Blake and Lynn come accross a stange cult who have taken refuge in the Arizona hills because they believe the apocalypse is coming. Lynn is taken prisoner by the cult, and Blake must find a way to save her and escape. Like the first game, Outlast 2 is a stealth-based survival horror, with players having little means of defending themselves against their foe. Another familiar element from the first game is the players possessing a camera to use for scouting and seeing in the dark. Outlast 2 mixes suspense with traditional jumpscare and frantic horror, with the players often finding themselves fleeing from a dangerous enemy.