‘Alone in the Dark’ reboot confirmed for PS5, Xbox Series X/S and PC

There have been rumors for a while that a remake of Alone in the dark was in the works, confirming that the rumors are (sort of) true. It brings a “reimagining” of the 1992 classic to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X and PC, although it hasn’t revealed when that might happen.

The Lovecraftian original is widely credited as the first 3D survival horror game (it set a Guinness World Record to prove it), but there was no Alone in the Dark title. This will also be THQ Nordic’s first entry since it bought the series from Atari in 2018.

Developer Pieces Interactive’s single-player reimagining will feature an original story by author Mikael Hedberg and and creature designs by longtime Guillermo del Toro collaborator Guy Davis. The game will feature characters, locations and themes from the ’90s trilogy. Still set in the 1920s American South, it features the first game’s protagonists, Emily Hartwood and Edward Carnby, as playable characters. At THQ Nordic, however, all enemies will be brand new.

Furthermore alone in the dark The editor had a lot more to show during the stream such as: B. Fresh looks , and . Other new releases included a real-time strategy game ; an open world arcade racer called ; and , in which you build houses on procedurally generated planets and sell them to alien customers.

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