Nightmare survival horror game to see a Linux port with Windows PC. Which is the creative work of developer DiTMGames. Trying to find its way onto Steam this fall.
Independent game developerDiTMGames has announced Nightmare. Which is a single player survival horror game, due to release on November 15th.
In Nightmare, you will find yourself in a bad dream. So, to leave it, you will need to explore the setting, and fight ghosts. You will also collect and create items necessary to survive and reach the main goal. Which is in an of itself, sanity growth. That growth also includes Linux support with Windows PC.
I will add a Linux port, but not sure when exactly: at launch or with the future updates.
Nightmare is developed in Unreal Engine 4. So there may be a day one release, or a Linux port coming in a future update. Either way, UE4 will make for a more native version of the game.
Nightmare – Official Launch Trailer
Search for items that can be put together into light sources to increase your sanity. Carefully examine the environment where you will find items that can help you to protect yourself.
Nightmare features realistic graphics and high-quality 3D sounds. Due to keep you under stress all the time. As you progress through the game, the unpredictable AI will change tactics. While becoming more aggressive and summoning helpers.
Depending on your actions and activities in the game, you will earn experience. You will also light tokens that you can spend on perks. Each next game will be different from the previous one. So that all the items you find, may no longer be in their usual place next time.
Nightmare contains the “Expert Mode” which reworks the core mechanic and logic. So that reaching the main goal is a real test of reflexes, speed, and nerves.
- Search for items that can be put together into the light sources to increase your sanity.
- Realistic graphics and high-quality 3D sounds.
- Unpredictable AI will change tactics, becoming more aggressive and summoning helpers.
- All the items you find may no longer be in their usual place next time you play.
- Depending on your actions and activities in the game, you will earn experience and light tokens that you can spend on perks.
- “Expert Mode” included.
Nightmare survival horror game is due to release on November 15th on Steam. Coming to Windows PC, which may be a day one release for Linux as well.