Frictional Games has confirmed that the discharge of Amnesia: The Bunker will probably be delayed by eight weeks, as builders look to do the sport “justice”.
Amnesia: The Bunker was initially set for launch in March 2023 however will now arrive on May 16.
In a assertion, Frictional Games defined that “the team has had a tough winter with a slew of illnesses that has affected the development.”
“It is important to us to do the game justice, and in light of these halts in production we don’t wish to rush the end product. The team is working hard to make The Bunker the best it can be, and a few more weeks will make the necessary difference.”
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Set to launch for PC, Xbox and PlayStation, Amnesia: The Bunker follows a French soldier in WW1 as he turns into trapped in a darkish bunker with a “dynamic and ever-present monster that reacts to player actions.”
“In the shoes of the French soldier Henri Clément, you are armed with a revolver gun, a noisy dynamo flashlight, and other scarce supplies to scavenge and craft along the way,” reads Amnesia: The Bunker’s Steam web page, which provides that “no play-through is the same” as a consequence of randomised behaviour.
“Hunted by an ever-present threat reacting to your every move and sound, you must adapt your play-style to face hell,” the web page continues. “Every decision will change the outcome of how the game responds. Actions bear consequences.”
A trailer exhibiting off The Bunker’s “semi open-world” was launched in December.
Amnesia: The Bunker is the fourth title within the Frictional Games horror collection, following on from 2020’s Amnesia: Rebirth.
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