Lovecraftian horror comes to Nintendo Switch in the form of “Underworld Dreams”

On Tuesday, Spanish developer Drop of Pixel announced Underworld Dreams, a new first-person survival horror game for Nintendo Switch set in the H. P. Lovecraft-inspired world of Robert W. Chambers’ book, The King in Yellow.

Drop of Pixel plans to show off Underworld Dreams for the first time at Manga Barcelona 2019, which runs from 31 October 31 to 3 November. There is no release date available at this time.

Here’s the full breakdown of Underworld Dreams from Drop of Pixel, followed by the official announcement trailer:

Underworld Dreams is a first-person psychological horror adventure in which you live the found footage starred by Arthur Adler in his return to the Groc House, where the murders which he was blamed for were committed.

Underworld Dreams is a mature lovecraftian story set in the 80s and based in The King in Yellow, written by Robert W. Chambers.

Underworld Dreams will bring back the fear and challenges of horror classics: puzzles, investigation, combats, survival, replayability, and different endings.

Underworld Dreams will be released exclusively on Nintendo Switch in Q1 2020. Developed in Unity 3D, the title is designed for 1 player only.

Features

  • Investigate your environment, find clues and solve riddles.
  • Fight menacing creatures using different kinds of weapons.
  • Experience an engaging, twisting plot.
  • Inspired by H.P. Lovecraft, based in The King in Yellow written by Robert W. Chambers.
  • Different endings depending on the decisions made in your adventure.
  • Developed exclusively for Nintendo Switch.

Source: Gematsu


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