Next-Gen Horror Adventure “U55 – END OF THE LINE” Gets New Gameplay Video


Effective Evolutions announced today another video including more gameplay of the first person horror-adventure U55 – END OF THE LINE for PC and next generation consoles. This video impressively demonstrates not only the horror adventure’s dense atmosphere, it also features a unique soundtrack based on binaural beats, a psychoacoustic phenomenon mostly left unattended by game developers so far.

Coming out of nowhere, U55 – END OF THE LINE not only has reached over 1,200 backers on Kickstarter, gathering more than 58.000 USD but also receiving a huge reaction from horror fans and gamers alike.

U55 – END OF THE LINE is a survival horror game set in the subway of modern-day Berlin. Heavily inspired by the works of H.P. Lovecraft, we aim to create an immersive urban horror experience.

The true success of U55 – END OF THE LINE sound gaming concept was proven one more time, when the title received an approval for Steam Greenlight after a scrutiny time of only 18 days.

Malte M. Boettcher, U55’s creative director, said:

“We are very thankful for everything our fans did for us, we never thought that we could receive so much attention and so much positive feedback in so little time. Most games on Steam Greenlight receive an average mark of 50% and get lost in the shuffle. In our first week, we have reached an incredible score of over 80%. The quick approval on Greenlight is a sign that we have hit the bullseye of what dedicated core gamers want to see. For a project like ours, this is an overpowering success.”



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