Anthology of Fear is a new first-person psychological horror game; first details, screenshots & trailer

Ultimate Games and RG Crew have announced Anthology of Fear; a new first-person psychological horror game that focuses on the story and solving the secrets of the game world. In order to celebrate this announcement, the publisher unveiled the game’s first screenshots and trailer.

In Anthology of Fear, players will take on the role of three heroes. Players will control their actions and experience the horror of the early 20th century in the remote areas of Russia, contemporary drama taking place in an ordinary house, and unreal events between shreds of reality.

Each episode will sport unique gameplay with a set of different features; from the mere expulsion of the world, through hunting, to the struggle for one’s own existence.

Below you can find the game’s key features:

  • Three unique stories – each of them is different locations and different from each previous style of the game.
  • Gameplay deriving solutions from the classics of the genre – do not expect simple and boring jumpscare. The mood of the game is built here by the atmosphere.
  • Psychologic horror – nothing that surrounds you must be obvious. Get deeper into the symbolism of the threads of history and get to know what really happened.
  • Exploration motivated by a story – the story will force you to explore each of the worlds of the game. Get to know all the stories and the laws that govern them.


Anthology of Fear - Official Trailer

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