Lovers of survival horror surely they know Daymare: 1998, a game that an Italian studio launched on the market reusing the work done in a remake fan de Resident Evil 2 whose ideas ended in that Resident Evil 2 Remake that Capcom published a couple of years ago. Invader Studios He contributed his ideas to the official project, but he took the work already done and turned it into an original game. Now they have announced that soon they will launch a sequel.
Is about Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle, a new title of this independent horror installment that llegar en 2022 a PS5, Xbox Series X/S, PS4, Xbox One y PC through Steam, where it already has an official page where you can see its first images and a example thriller available below:
A prequel to “the most mysterious place in history”
As you can imagine from its title, Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is a prequel from the first game in the horror franchise. In it we will control Delilah Reyes, a special agent and former government spy who works for the unit HADES (Advanced Exploration and Subtraction Hexaequipment) in a mission that will take place “in the most iconic and mysterious place in history”, according to the official description.
We will explore “the desolate and labyrinthine depths of the military research complex“, where something” terrifying and lethal “lurks. To confront it we will be able to use some of the most innovative and technologically advanced weapons:” A perfect mix of fierce and deadly enemies, frenzied action mechanics, environmental puzzles, a chilling soundtrack, extensive exploration and massive doses of terror, “explain its creators.
It is still too early to rate this prequel, but The first installment of the Invader Studios series turned out to be quite a surprise: in our analysis of Daymare: 1998 we said “it’s a great survival horror that he does not hide his inspirations, but that he does not limit himself to them, trying to introduce his own ideas and personality. Furthermore, they have not been afraid to be ambitious, and they offer us a remarkable number of scenarios that are very different from each other. “