This is 10 minutes of SOMA dev’s non-linear WW1 horror Amnesia: The Bunker

Amnesia: The Bunker, the brand new “unscripted” WW1 horror from SOMA developer Frictional Video games, is nearly upon us following a variety of delays, and with its twenty third Could launch date looming, the studio has shared 10 new minutes of gameplay to ponder.

The Bunker, for a little bit of context, is the fourth recreation in Frictional’s Amnesia collection, which started with 2010’s acclaimed The Darkish Descent. Since then we have seen a Chinese language-Room-developed successor in 2013’s A Machine for Pigs, and Frictional returned to the collection in 2021 with its bold Amnesia: Rebirth, set within the Algerian desert.

Frictional’s newest, Amnesia: The Bunker, marks a notable departure for the collection, buying and selling historically linear tales of horror for “unscripted” scares in a nightmarish semi-open-world as gamers – within the position of French solider Henri Clément – try and flee a relentless, “adaptive” otherworldly creature by way of the claustrophobic confines of the titular subterranean area.

This is 10 minutes of Amnesia: The Bunker gameplay.

To help their escape, gamers have a variety of fundamental instruments at all times handy – particularly a loud dynamo flashlight and a cumbersome revolver – however Frictional is aiming to create an unpredictable, repeatable expertise by making different objects, threats, and sources change every playthrough. And should you’re questioning the way it all comes collectively, that is the place the studio’s new 10-minute gameplay trailer (which you’ll see above) is available in, providing what it calls an “in-depth look [at The Bunker’s] dynamic and immersive methods to sort out survival.”

Amnesia: The Bunker launches for PC by way of Steam, GOG, and the Epic Video games Retailer on twenty fifth Could.


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