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Roots of Insanity first person horror launches on Steam

roots of insanity first person horror launches on steam in linux gaming news

The latest news in gaming. The #horror #game Roots of Insanity from Crania Games launches on #Steam. Which seems to be one of those titles that keep asking for more. Since the story pulls you in. Hence the fluid gameplay and a hospital full of mysteries. Roots of Insanity invites you to an impressive experience built on Unreal Engine 4.

Check out the launch trailer:

Story

So players take on the role of Riley McClein. Hence this epileptic doctor soon finds his usual night shift twisted into something more dire. A scream in the night pulls you from your office. Only to find the hospital and yourself in a state of chaos and unreality. So gaming is about your helping Dr. McClein uncover the sources of the horrors in the hospital. Since rescuing your patients is not unexpected news. Deal with his epileptic attacks and perhaps you’ll survive this mind-bending night. Can you hold onto reality in Roots of Insanity?

Linux support?

So yes there will be Linux support soon. There anyone interested in some good first person horror gaming can wait. Since Crania, “we want to release our game’s macos and linux version one or two months after our game release if would be possible.”
Obviously the dev team can see how well game sales progress. While also ironing out any bugs, fixes, etc. Since this an Unreal Engine 4 title, system optimisation is not quite as easy as say Unity. Hence the one to two month native release window.

Right now, Roots of Insanity is available now on Steam for $9.99 USD. While more information is available on the official website, make sure to follow on Twitter and Facebook.

Roots of Insanity violent FPS coming after initial launch

roots of insanity violent fps coming to linux after windows pc

So Roots of Insanity is a #violent fps/tps, survival horror game coming to Linux, after the Windows PC release. While the game is designed and developed in Unreal Engine by Crania Games. Hence #gameplay tells the tale of Dr. Riley McClein as he tries to #survive through a maelstrom of first-person horror and mystery in the August Valentine Hospital. While also struggling with his epileptic attacks.

It’s just another late shift at August Valentine for Dr. Riley McClein. That is, until the night takes a turn for the worse when reality begins twisting into horror and chaos. So the player has to determine what is real and what isn’t as Dr. McClein. Hence trying to rescue your patients and uncover what is happening in this new eerie version of your hospital. Reality hasn’t left you entirely behind though; while you attempt to survive the night, Dr. McClein must also deal with the epileptic attacks. Can you hold onto reality in Roots of Insanity?

Linux release:

“We have a plan for Linux and MacosX port after release game. Actually we want to release our game’s macos and linux version one or two months after our game release if would be possible.”

Explore August Valentine Hospital in the new release date trailer:

Roots of Insanity is immersive combat system lets you hack, slash, kick, and shoot your way through August Valentine Hospital as you fight through this night of unexpected chaos. Experience the tale of Dr. Riley McClein as he tries to uncover what is going on at the hospital and deal with his own condition, as reality shifts around him in Roots of Insanity.

Features

  • Roots of Insanity is a FPS / TPS horror game designed and developed in Unreal Engine.
  • Immersive combat system lets you hack, slash, kick and shoot as you fight for your life.
  • Unique storyline with many unexpected twists and turns.
  • Optional areas to be discovered and explored.
  • Random loot system.

Add Roots of Insanity to your Steam Wishlist now! For more information about Roots of Insanity, visit RootsofInsanity.com, and be sure to follow @rootsofinsanity on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news and updates!

Roots of Insanity will be available on Steam for $9.99 USD April 3rd, 2017.

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