Quadrant – First-person Stealth Horror Game – Coming Today On Steam

HKFiftyOne Games and Three Brothers Games have informed us about the Early Access full release of their first-person stealth horror title, Quadrant. Quadrant is an indie first-person stealth horror game, taking place in 1979, inside a classified NASA research center.

“Collect and view the real documents NASA never wanted you to see, all the while avoiding a series of sinister beings unleashed upon the facility, in order to find a way out and escape with evidence to expose NASA’s secrets to the world.”

The game aims to feature multiple endings based on decisions made at critical moments of the story.

Here are its key features:

– Gather and examine real documents, projection slides, film reels, and audio logs, to escape with and expose shocking cover-ups.
– Play defensive or evasive. Find in-the-moment improvised weapons in the hopes of thwarting off enemies in the case of an encounter, or go stealth and attempt to avoid confrontation altogether.
– Experience complete immersion with First-person full body view, No HUD, A unique in-game menu and inventory system, all displayed on your P.A.I.C (Personal Analog Index Companion) device in 3D space, with no disruptive on-screen menus.
– Professional sound design, all created from scratch from some of the best foley artists and sound engineers to-date.

Enjoy!

Quadrant - Chapter 1 Official Release Trailer

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