SUCCUBUS is a new Agony spin-off that will be coming to the PC

Madmind Studio has announced SUCCUBUS; a spin-off to its previous game Agony. The game is an action-oriented horror combining dynamic and brutal combat, with an intriguing storyline, and is currently planned to be released on Steam.

As the press release reads, the main character of the game is Succubus, a wild and lustful demon, and players were able to learn a part of her story in the original Agony and Agony UNRATED, where she received her own single-player campaign.

“With the disappearance of the legitimate rulers of Hell, the remaining demons recognized Nimrod as their ruler, because he was the only soul who could dominate the mind of the mighty Beast. By raising his new empire from the corpses of sinners, the new king, along with his new queen Succubus, managed to control the chaos left by the former rulers.

The new title didn’t fit the Succubus. The life of luxury and walking on rugs sewn from the skins of martyrs was not for her though, and so she has chosen a life in the wilderness of Hell.

During her travels, the new queen meets the powerful Baphomet who, together with his army, is going to get the soul of Nimrod. Captured, maimed and betrayed by her own species, the Succubus is left with only one goal that matters – REVENGE”

Here are the game’s key features:

  • Intense and brutal action using weapons and pyrokinesis
  • Diversified opponents
  • Expandable skill tree
  • A system of weapons and armor that affect a player’s statistics
  • A rich and diverse world of Hell
  • A multi-story plot combining horror with action and survival
  • A hostile environment full of traps and enemies
  • Surreal visual setting and gore
  • Boss fights

Enjoy!

Succubus: Official Concept Gameplay

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