The vertices of Destructive Creations and the Italian developers of Real Game Machine show us a new gameplay trailer for Follia Dear Father and set for the fall the release of their ambitious subjective survival horror on PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.
Presented in 2015 to users of Steam Greenlight, Follia Dear Father's horror project places the player in the awkward role of Marcus Pitt, a boy "different from the others" who will be forced to live a nightmare with open eyes exploring the halls and the rooms of the university campus where both his parents work.
Not too different from the first-person horror experiences tinged with stealth elements, the title will lead us to investigate the mysteries that hover between the four walls of the university complex to look for the relatives of our intrepid alter-ego before the latter definitively loses the light of reason through the fault of the entities and the structure seems to be popular.
Under the profile of the loose gameplay, the dark-colored adventure packaged by the authors of this rampant development house based in Naples will offer three levels of difficulty a world of game freely explorable and characterized by many collectible objects and useful tools to progress in the plot, a "bestiary" with enemies from the unpredictable artificial intelligence and a soundtrack able to accentuate the pathos of history.
The title will also boast full support to PlayStation VR on PS4 and to the display HTC Vive on PC. So take a look at Follia's new video: Dear Father and tell us what you think of this project.