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Frictional Games Reveals Amnesia: Rebirth

Frictional Games picked up steam the previous couple of days, teasing its subsequent venture, treating followers to discovered footage and audio clips to piece collectively. Today, the acclaimed horror developer, greatest identified for hits like Amnesia: The Dark Descent and Soma, lastly unveiled its upcoming recreation: Amnesia: Rebirth. The recreation is ready to come back out later this 12 months.

Amnesia: Rebirth is a model new story set on this planet of Amnesia: The Dark Descent. This time round, you retrace the journey of Tasi Trianon via the desolate Algerian desert. It’s mentioned her quest will “explore the limits of human resilience.” Details are mild on specifics, however listed below are some tidbits from the press launch: you pull collectively fragments of a shattered previous, time is in opposition to you, and for those who fail, you’ll lose the whole lot. To get a glimpse on the recreation, you possibly can watch the reveal trailer above, which focuses on a downed airplane.

Right now, Amnesia Rebirth is ready to come back out this fall on PS4 and PC. 

 

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