I don’t think it is a far stretch to say that scary games are some of my favorite ones. Which is why this announcement during Gamescom 2019 had me on the edge of my seat. Remothered: Broken Porcelain will be a continuation of Remothered: Tormented FathersDeveloper Stormind Games and publisher Modus Games have banded together to bring us this single player horror survival game that promises to scare us far more than the first. 

We are going to see a lot of new changes this time around including intense stealth gameplay, more challenging puzzles, and an expanded lore. We are going to explore the Ashmann Inn and attempting to unlock the terrors and mystery buried underneath. The trailer showed a very small bit of pre-alpha gameplay, but was more of just a tease of the terrifying journey we are going to experience. 

Remothered: Broken Porcelain is really stepping up their game from the first. Mostly I am excited for the upgrade to player mechanics and the overall story line. What I enjoy most is how the game incorporates death into the game. Some single player horror games only give the fear of it without every facing anything that could indeed kill you. However, they promised we are going to experience fight, flight and full on fear this time around.

No release date has been announced for Remothered: Broken Porcelain just yet, but we do know it is set to drop in 2020 for the PC, Xbox One, PS4, and Nintendo Switch. I highly recommend picking up the original Remothered: Tormented Fathers first. It can be found on Steam here. Make sure to check back here and on their official page here for news and an official release date.

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