Husk – New Unreal Engine 4-Powered Survival Horror Game from the Creators of Kholat

IMGN.PRO and UndeadScout have announced a new survival horror game that will be powered by Unreal Engine 4, Husk. According to the press release, Husk will take you to a typical, American small town (Shivercliff) where, along with Matthew Palmer – a father and husband searching for his family after a train crash, you will get to know its everyday life.

As the press release reads:

“Shivercliff though is not a perfect picture postcard town. It is a point, in which two worlds, reality and nightmare, collide. On many occasions the hero, will have to fight the evil lingering in the dark corners of the streets for the sake of his survival.

Shivercliff is a place hiding secrets you wish you’d never uncovered. Each step further into the town is also a step further into yourself. Deep down, where demons have been lurking and waiting patiently for far too long.”

Lukasz Kubiak, IMGN.PRO co-founder, said:

“Husk is mostly UndeadScout team’s amazing concept. When they approached us with a co-op proposal, we were over the moon. We offered them full support. Now, we are working together and IMGN.PRO is present in the process of the game development on many different levels, including my favorite – the story. In my opinion, after Kholat players can expect the storytelling in Husk to be intriguing and rich in detail, but also more coherent and clear than in the case of our debut game.”

Husk is described as a purebred FPP horror inspired by titles like Silent Hill or Alan Wake. The game will not lack fighting, solving mysteries and uncovering the dark and tantalizing plot. Developed by two teams (IMGN.PRO – the developer of Kholat and a publisher) and UndeadScout (for whom Husk is their first, debut title) and with a music score written by Arkadiusz Reikowski.

Enjoy the game’s teaser trailer and stay tuned for more!

HUSK TEASER TRAILER

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