Negative Atmosphere Gameplay Trailer Packs In Over Nightmare Fuel

The last Negative atmosphere The trailer is here exclusively as part of The Escapist Indie Showcase, bringing more gameplay from the PC sci-fi horror game from developer Sunscorched Studios. “Tense” is probably the best word to describe the three and a half minute gameplay video, which scares the game with stuffy hallways and lighting just dark enough to fill your imagination with endless terrifying possibilities. Although it was nice to see that a Dead space the remake is on the horizon, Negative atmosphere Looks like it’ll at least help satiate sci-fi horror fans looking for more nightmare fuel.

Sunscorched’s third-person survival horror title has been in the works for some time. Originally starting as a GCSE art project, Negative atmosphere finally entered full development thanks in part to its strong community support. It’s clear that fans of the indie title got attached to the project because of the thick atmosphere, but Sunscorched promises more than just a horror game. For example, the developers say the story of the game will see players make choices that impact both the storytelling and the psyche of the main character, Samuel Edwards.

Just like Isaac Clarke in the Dead space trilogy, and as this new trailer suggests, Negative atmosphere seeks to tell a claustrophobic story on a huge spaceship. This ship, called the TRH Rusanov, even has its own terrors to discover. For more, check out the story synopsis:

Trapped aboard the void ship TRH Rusanov, Samuel Edwards must escape, fight and kill his former teammates as an epidemic turns them into monsters. There is only one exit and a whole ship to cross. Danger lurks around every corner and time is running out. Explore the depths of the Rusanov, draw all the resources you can from its bowels and run.

Negative atmosphere will be making its way to PC via Steam and has no release date yet.

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