Solo developer announces open-world survival horror

The solo developer of Delusional Studio recently announced his ambitious debut. Wronged Us, an open world survival horror game, is slated for release in 2023. The developer has big plans, because according to his own statements he was inspired by several games. He is said to have copied the basic principle and some mechanics from the Resident Evil series. With the open world and the mission design, he claims to have been based on Dark Souls, while the story and atmosphere should be reminiscent of Silent Hill.

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot - Wronged Us (PC)

Screenshot – Wronged Us (PC)

The official website describes Wronged Us as follows: “Wronged Us is a game with a cinematic story set in a small town. The player explores a detailed and abandoned city in which he has to face psychological horrors, solve puzzles and fight monsters. The player has the freedom to explore different parts of the city and to interact with different NPCs on his way. ”The game is presented in a first trailer, which is quite reminiscent of the inspirations.

Wronged Us should appear according to Delusional for PC and consoles. The developer is currently looking for more team members to advance his project.

Last updated video: Gameplay Teaser

Source

Solo developer announces openworld survival horror

 
For Latest Updates Follow us on Google News
 

PREV Last day to enjoy AirPods at Black Friday prices at Cdiscount
NEXT Marshall speakers for less than 200 euros