This game is rated 18 and the trailer above has some brief nudity, though it is not age-gated on YouTube.
We’ve shared a few updates on Tormented Souls throughout the year, with publisher PQube along with development teams at Dual Effect and Abstract Digital Works showcasing its brand of horror gaming. One of its selling points is fixed perspective camera angles, bringing back gameplay familiar from older Resident Evil and Silent Hill titles.
Previously ‘TBC’ for Switch, it is now confirmed to be on the way in early 2022; in fact its product page for the physical edition sets the date for 25th February.
As a reminder you can see a bit of story description below, while user reviews on Steam since its August release have been very positive.
Return to Winterlake Mansion this Halloween and re-experience the terrors of Tormented Souls. Led to the small, isolated town of Winterlake, something terrible happens to Caroline Walker. Waking in the dead of night, naked and alone, hooked up to decrepit medical equipment, Caroline must fight for her life as she explores the halls of the abandoned mansion.
As the previous inhabitants run amok, you must scavenge essential resources and tools to decipher clues and create a variety of weapons to protect yourself from the darkness within.
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