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CURFEW stealth horror builds up tension

curfew first-person stealth horror game threatens linux mac and windows pc

CURFEW first-person stealth horror game threatens Linux, Mac, and Windows PC. All this experience comes to life thanks to the genius and hard work of the developer, Oliver Hughes. Working to find its way onto Steam.

Its time to introduce you to CURFEW, a deep experience for players. As you’re thrust into an eerie, surreal town, like something out of a nightmare, while an unknown sickness is spreading fast and an oppressive government keeps everyone in check. Due to push players into a horror movie that feels real, although it’s not all about those jump scare moments. Since this first-person stealth horror is all about building up tension that keeps you guessing and worried at all times.

Now, let’s talk about survival. CURFEW is not your typical run and gun situation; you have to think and move like a shadow. Due to using your surroundings to outwit the menacing guards. So you will have to learn to be quiet and clever to avoid the danger that’s always ready to take you.

CURFEW – Announce Trailer

So, you’re not just skulking around in the shadows of CURFEW. This place you’re in is a massive, dystopian world full of secrets waiting for you to uncover. Each new place you find is a step closer to understanding the ancient mystery of this place. Making the game feel like the aftermath of some catastrophic event, and it’s up to you to piece together what is happening.

The CURFEW world is full of various characters – each with its own story to tell. You’ll meet people who, just like you, are trying to survive. Their stories, motivations, and secrets are due to be pieces of the puzzle you are trying to solve.

And let’s not forget about the story. CURFEW is not just a random series of events. You’re at the heart of a plot that might decide the fate of everyone. The plague, the government’s role in it, and possibly a way to save humanity. You’re about to uncover truths that are bigger than you can imagine.

Details, thanks to developer, Oliver Hughes for the email reply:

I plan to support both Linux and SteamDeck (depending on my access to hardware) on launch. The game is being developed in Unity which will make porting quite simple. I am currently developing the demo for Steam Next Fest in October. So I will have more to show the Linux gaming community in the next few months.

Just remember, all of CURFEW is coming to you in late 2024, but you don’t have to wait that long. A native demo is coming this October during the Steam Next Fest. Trust me, you’re going to want to dive into this world. But be sure to add it to your Wishlist on Steam.

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