Inner Chains Officially Announced – FPS Horror Game Powered By Unreal Engine 4

Telepaths’ Tree today officially announced Inner Chains – a new FPS horror PC game running on Unreal Engine 4, that promises to throw gamers into a graphically stunning, dangerous and mysterious world. In order to celebrate this announcement, Telepaths’ Tree released the game’s first trailer and screenshots that can be viewed below.

Inner Chains is a game where players will get a chance to get to know the world and themselves. They’ll be fighting for their own life and survival to soon discover the secret revealing mechanisms, that guide the rulers of their part of this dark and mystical world.

Tomasz Strzalkowski, CEO of Telepaths’ Tree, said:

“By throwing gamers into this dark and mysterious universe, we wanted to make them feel a bit lost at the beginning. But in the same time to encourage them to discover its secrets, so soon enough they learn how to use the environment against their enemies. Our approach when designing the levels was to always give players more than just one way to achieve their goal. We didn’t want to lead them by the hand, as the freedom of how you handle the situation was one of our top priorities. So instead we’ve implemented a system of clues and hints, that will help gamers find the right solution. But how they’ll face this or other opponent or the hostile place, depends entirely on them.”

Enjoy!

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Inner Chains - Official announcement Teaser 2015

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