Following the launch of the Kickstarter campaign for the P.T. inspired horror game Allison Road, a new environment for the game has been revealed by the developer, Lilith Studios.

While the game was previously shown taking place in an Unreal Engine 4 powered house, a second location which players will explore is a twisted forest area, surrounded by marshland.

We think it’ll be quite interesting; When you are in the house all you want is to get out, when you are out all you want is to get back into the ‘safety’ of the house.

Anyone who was ever lost in – or for whatever reason spent a night in – a forest will certainly agree that it’s scary at hell. There are just so many uncanny shapes and sounds all around you. You can’t see anything, but you know you’re not alone out there. All things considered it’s obviously only in your head for the most part, but we really want to play with audio / visual queues, your imagination, and primal fears like threat to your life, isolation, abandonment, etc. to make it a truly memorable experience.

The Kickstarter campaign for Allison Road is ongoing, with 11 days left. If the £250,000 goal is cleared, the estimated delivery for the game will be December 2016 for the PC.

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Source: IGN

Reginald Perodin
I like to follow video game news, especially when it's about the Japanese industry. I'm a big fan of the Persona and Ace Attorney series, and I am the lead editor of Persona Central.

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