Russian developers showed the gameplay of DarKnot, a hardcore horror game with a non-linear plot

Russian developers showed the gameplay of DarKnot, a hardcore horror game with a non-linear plot

A small domestic studio DarKnot Team has released a fresh gameplay trailer for the third-person psychological horror DarKnot. In the video, the authors showed a variety of locations, puzzles and several types of enemies.

DarKnot will take players to the streets of a gloomy city filled with insidious monsters and mysteries. Of the features of the project, one can single out high complexity and non-linearity – each death will affect the plot, so that each new passage will be different from the previous one.

USA developers showed the gameplay of DarKnot, a hardcore horror game with a non-linear plot
Horror is being developed on the Unreal Engine for PC. The game doesn’t have a release date yet, but it does have a Steam page and even a free demo. The project will be released entirely in UK. The game will first appear in Early Access.

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