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New trailer for THQ Nordic’s upcoming horror game Alone in the Dark summarizes everything you need to know in 60 seconds!

We sometimes perceive time differently when darkness surrounds us. However, we only need a minute of your time before we send you off into madness again! Today, THQ Nordic reveals a new trailer for Alone in the Dark. We have summarized the most important information for you in this 60-second video.

Alone in the Dark | Everything You Need to Know in 60 Seconds

More than a mere battle for survival, this journey will challenge your core beliefs. But what exactly is Alone in the Dark? Join Jodie Comer (Killing Eve) and David Harbour (Stranger Things) in this cosmic horror tale set against a Southern Gothic backdrop. Experience the breakdown of reality through their characters’ eyes as you face countless challenges, from searching puzzles to scarce ammo, to uncover the truth at the heart of Derceto Manor.

Alone in the Dark is developed by Pieces Interactive in Sweden and published by THQ Nordic and will be coming to PC, Xbox Series S/X, and PlayStation 5 on March 20, 2024.

About Alone in the Dark

Explore Derceto Manor in this reimagination of Alone in the Dark, a love letter to the 90’s cult classic horror game! Set in the gothic American south in the 1920’s, Alone in the Dark features a noir-setting with classical Lovecraftian horror-elements, where the familiar meets the surreal.

  • Return to the roots of psychological horror and experience an atmospheric journey worthy of the game that started the genre.
  • Dive into a world full of sounds that make your skin crawl with a haunting, yet mesmerizing doom jazz soundtrack.
  • Enjoy the thrill of desperate survival in a world where reality starts to crumble, evil lurks in every shadow and ammunition is scarce.
  • Experience this nightmare from either Emily Hartwood’s or Edward Carnby’s perspective and unearth the dark secrets of a gothic mansion.
  • Immerse yourself in a deep psychological story that goes beyond the realms of the imaginable, by Mikael Hedberg, cult horror writer of SOMA and Amnesia.
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