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Horror PT-inspired psychological horror Visage finally ends early access this week • Eurogamer.net

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Inspired by SadSquare Studio’s truly horrifying PT, first-person psychological horror Visage has finally ended Steam’s Early Access, getting the remaining two chapters on Friday, October 30, and appearing on Xbox One and PlayStation 4 on the same day. To do.

Visage first secured Kickstarter funding in 2016 for the first time in a while. It moved to Steam Early Access in 2018. There, it grew from one chapter to two chapters during a rather frustrating bout of long radio silence from Sad Square. ..

Despite accounting for only about half of the final game, these two Early Access chapters are sufficient to establish Visage’s substantive horror credentials and against the brilliantly devised chills. It fully demonstrates the work of a truly talented developer.

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The point of the overall experience is that each exploratory / mysterious chapter focuses on the different spirits that infest Visage’s amazingly realized family homes-two episodes released so far. Each has a very different feel-and follows a really disastrous referral sequence that absolutely pulls, without punches, SadSquare is a slow-burning psychology carefully designed to save time and eliminate confusion and anxiety. Launch a targeted attack.

In particular, Chapter 1 is a horror gauntlet (although horror is subjective, but mileage can be clearly different). This is largely due to the well-constructed, nerve-wracking centerpiece sequence. Refers to a very dark house and a very intermittent manual light source for spoilers.

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The influence of Visage may be familiar-as the adventure unfolds, you’ll find everything from long-haired J-Horror to the impossible architecture of the House of Leaves style-but it’s all reconstructed brilliantly fresh. And the two chapters currently available suggest that SadSquare really has a handle for the selected genre.

As such, Visage could be the perfect Halloween fun when the release of version 1.0 launches Steam, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 on Friday, October 30th. By the way, on the launch date, Visage’s Steam price will rise from $ 24.99 to $ 34.99, so PC enthusiasts may consider buying it now.

https://www.eurogamer.net/articles/2020-10-28-terrifying-pt-inspired-psychological-horror-visage-finally-leaves-early-access-this-week

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