CARRION reverse horror game coming in 2020

carrion reverse horror game coming in 2020 on linux mac windows pc

Carrion is a reverse horror game coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC in 2020. Thanks to the creativity of developer Phobia Game Studio. Due to release on Steam.

Phobia Game Studio and Devolver Digital have announced the new. Hencen this uncomfortably squishy horror game Carrion. Due to stalk its prey on Linux Mac and Windows PC. Alongside a Xbox One console release later this year. Revealed at E3 2019, Carrion immediately became one of Devolver Digital’s most anticipated games. While garnering award nominations. And also a few ritual sacrifices in its unholy name.

Carrion is a reverse horror game. Sinmce you assume the role of an amorphous creature of unknown origin. You will also stalk and consume those that imprisoned you. While spreading fear and panic throughout the facility. Grow and evolve as you tear down this prison. Gaining more and more devastating abilities. All on a crazy path to retribution. Check out the trailer below.

Carrion – Official Gameplay Trailer

Carrion gameplay footage won’t cut it? Well Phobia Studios used to had a free demo of the game on Steam. So you could get a chance to play this amorphous creature. Gameplay also contains frequent graphic violence and gore. Since you are literally eating those that imprisoned you. Which plays a different type of role. As you get to spread fear and panic. How often do you get a chance to do that?
Gameplay for the Carrion release aims to be somewhere between 4 and 8 hours. Ripping off heads. As you tear down that prison and gain more devastating abilities. Which means you’re going to have to eat a lot of people.

Carrion publisher Devolver Digital says to expect it some time in 2020. The reverse horror is coming to Linux, Mac and Windows PC. There is also no price yet. But be sure to Wishlist the game on Steam. Stay tuned for more details.

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