The popular PC title, Anthology of Fear, is now available for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S consoles. The game is a unique first-person psychological horror experience based primarily on exploration, puzzle-solving, and investigation.
Players take on the role of Ethan. His brother, Nathan, has disappeared, and Ethan is conducting a one-man investigation to find the truth. Along the way he’ll meet numerous twists and side plots that carve out a web of intrigue. However, what he ultimately finds is not easy to understand, leading to a confrontation with the surreal.
Anthology of Fear consists of several chapters, and story is presented from the perspective of several different characters. The developers wish to emphasise it takes an average of 2.5 to 4.5 hours to complete the game.
“Anthology of Fear is a horror game with a linear story, in which there is no shortage of paranormal and tragic experiences, a sense of being hounded, and horrors lurking in the recesses of the human subconscious. The tension and suffocating atmosphere here are enhanced by both evocative visuals and sound design that is appropriately adapted to the situation. This is also a game that touches on the issue of severe mental disorders, in which it alludes to the real world,” says COO of Ultimate Games S.A., Rafał Jelonek.
Anthology of Fear Comes to Xbox Today, Later this Year on PlayStation
Anthology of Fear has been available on PC since March of this year, and has garnered a positive response. Next came the Nintendo Switch release, back in August. Today is the turn of Xbox gamers to receive Anthology of Fear, with PlayStation formats to follow later in 2023.
No specific release date has yet been announced for Anthology of Fear on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5.
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