Unreal Engine 4-powered FPS horror game, Inner Chains, has been delayed until May 18th

IMGN.PRO and Telepaths Tree have announced that their upcoming FPS horror title, Inner Chains, has been delayed until May 18th. The game was originally meant to hit Steam on April 20th and although the teams claimed that the game is finished, they want to use this additional time to polish it and to add some finishing touches.

This delay is also a result of the feedback IMGN.PRO and Telepaths Tree received from the fans during this year’s PAX East.

As IMGN.PRO stated:

“We want to wholeheartedly thank all the PAX East participants who took their time to test our game recently. Having taken into account their feedback, we decided to postpone the release date of Inner Chains. The game is finished and we are planning to use this additional time to polish it and to add some finishing touches. We truly want to give you the best experience possible in the dark world of Inner Chains.”

Inner Chains Cinematic Trailer

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