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Vorax new survival horror gameplay trailer

vorax new survival horror gameplay trailer for the game on linux windows pc

Vorax new survival horror gameplay trailer for the upcoming game on Linux and Windows PC. Thanks to the warped but uniquely creative minds of developer IndieGala. Due to make its way onto Steam this winter.

Independent publisher IndieGala is announcing the new video for Vorax. Which is their upcoming climactic open world survival horror game. Which is both creepy and offers some really weird stuff in this game.

Vorax take place on a Mediterranean island, where a mysterious pathogen has infected the local population. So, as part of a NATO special intervention team, you have been sent to the island. Due to search out what is actually happening.

Vorax. Sewers. Gameplay

In Vorax you will craft tools, build barricades, and construct traps. All while you upgrade, and maintain your shelter to survive. Since it rests on your shoulders to uncover the dark origins of the virus. As well as its horrible mutating effects. How long can you survive on the island? And how long can you stay alive when being hunted by hungry creatures?

Features:

  • A Large and Detailed Game setting
  • Urban areas, sewers, caves, and various different areas to explore
  • Unique enemies with different attack patterns
  • A unique and realistic tactical helmet with military HUD
  • Building barricades, fences, and traps. So you can fortify the base in Vorax.
  • Craft tools and weapons
  • hunting and cooking food
  • Treat wounds and other injuries
  • Wide array of both conventional and non conventional weapons
  • A day night cycle and dynamic weather
  • Unique stress and sleep mechanics
  • Additional Information

Vorax dark settings offer a murky feel, which is usually the case in survival horror games. But I’m keen to see what further content and features developer IndieGala plan to include. And for a sandbox game, I’d really like to see some sort of co-op gameplay.

Obviously the game is not due to release until Winter via Steam. Coming to both Linux and Windows PC. This should also work for all you Steam Deck owners. So be sure to Wishlist the game now.