Fancy playing a horror game that intentionally changes itself to try and frighten you as much as possible? You’re in luck – Obscuritas, the first-person psychological horror adventure from VIS Games, launches tomorrow for PC. Check out the launch trailer below:
“Playing as the female protagonist Sarah, the player explores the old Mansion she just inherited from her late great-uncle trying to unravel the dark secrets surrounding this mysterious place.
Throughout the game, the unique fear recognition mechanic will constantly monitor the reactions of the player in different situations to create a personal fear profile. Later in the game, the House reacts to this profile by individually adjusting the experience according to the players fears and phobias.
• Creepy shadows, big spiders or terrifying monsters haunting you: Experience your personal nightmare through the games “fear recognition Mechanic”
• While fighting your way through this Nightmare you have to solve various riddles to get to the root of all Evil and defeat it
• Face your Fears in 3 different chapters
• Experience thrilling graphics set in an atmospheric environment which will turn your blood cold”
Obscuritas sounds really intriguing, especially the whole ‘fear recognition’ mechanic. I’m interested to see how well it actually works in-game and what horrifying shocks it throws at the player. I guess we’ll find out tomorrow – it’s available on PC both digitally and at retail.