I got some good news to share with all you horror fans out there, because Red Limb Studio’s just informed us that their first-person psychological horror game “Rise of Insanity” is leaving Steam Early Access on the 1st of March:
“I’m Krzysztof Sopata from Red Limb Studio , an indie game developer from Poland.I’m happy to announce that our first-person psychological horror game, Rise of Insanity, will leave Early Access on Thursday, March 1” – Krzysztof Sopata, Red Limb Studio
Nice indeed, but it’s just about to get even better. You see, “Rise of Insanity” has taken quite a lot of inspiration from classic horror movies such as “The Exorcist” and “The Shining“. In other words, Red Limb Studio’s aim to scare the living hell out of us with “Rise of Insanity”. Awesome! But what exactly is the game all about then? Well, here’s a short description of “Rise of Insanity”:
“In Rise of Insanity, you take the role of a Doctor of Psychology who will explore the darkest recesses of the human mind to find the truth behind the tragedy that has befallen his family. The game draws inspiration from classic psychological horror masterpieces such as The Shining, The Exorcist and Silent Hill. It has additional support for Virtual Reality on Oculus Rift, HTC Vive and Gear VR.During the Early Access, the game has earned very positive reviews on Steam and has been expanded and polished following the suggestions of the Steam Community. The final version includes many new locations and a full ending that wraps up the story of Dr. Dowell”
As for features, here are some of the said launch features for “Rise of Insanity”:
– The realistic graphics provide a horrifying and immersive atmosphere that will chill you to the core.
– Haunting, atmospheric soundtrack and professional voice acting.
– Explore diverse locations inspired by North American architectural trends from the early 70s.
– Walk, examine, discover dark secrets and solve logical puzzles. Descend the inner depths of the human consciousness.
– Support for VR goggles
Other than that, Red Limb Studio’s also had us know that they have released a launch trailer for “Rise of Insanity” (you can watch the said trailer further down the page). So don’t miss out on that one =)
And with that said, what’s your take on “Rise of Insanity” so far? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section!
Robin “V-Act” Ek
Editor in chief
The Gaming Ground
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