News | Hideo Kojima's new horror game is called Overdose

Hideo Kojima en zijn studio Kojima Productions zouden aan een horrorgame genaamd Overdose werken.

This is what journalist Tom Henderson claims to have heard in an article on Try Hard Guides. There are said to be images showing actress Margaret Qualley – who had a role in the first Death Stranding – returning for this game. Qualley is also known for films such as Once Upon a Time in Hollywood and series such as The Leftovers.

The images that circulate would show that it is a third-person horror game. Qualley’s character would be walking around a hallway with a flashlight. Apparently, however, the game could also be played in a first-person perspective. The images would end with a scare, followed by the text ‘game over’.

For now, it has not been confirmed that Kojima Productions is working on a game called Overdose. However, there have been rumors for some time that the studio – in addition to a sequel to Death Stranding – also wants to work on a horror game.

Henderson also said that Kojima Productions has asked him to take the rumor offline. He has indicated that he will not comply. At the time of writing, the article is offline for a while to add an update, Henderson says.

The fact that Kojima Productions has asked for the article to be taken offline makes it more likely that the rumors are (partly) real. How then is it possible that the game will be unveiled soon, say on the Kick Off Live show of Summer Game Fest tomorrow night.


News | Horror game The Chant will be released in October

The horror game The Chant will be released in October for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S and PC, but not for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One.

The Chant was originally announced for PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One and Xbox Series X/S, but the latest trailer, which also announces the release month, is missing the previous generation of consoles. Developer Brass Token which is founded by people who worked on Sleeping Dogs and Rockstars Bully,  says it will prioritize the latest generation of consoles and the PC version.

The horror game is set on a remote island, where some people gather for a spiritual experience. Players must survive on the island while being attacked by some supernatural creatures, who are released after a ritual opens the gate to a “nightmare dimension” called The Gloom. Players must “craft, fight and escape” to survive.

The Chant is coming to PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC in October. Brass Token has not yet confirmed that the previous generation of consoles will be skipped altogether, but has said on Twitter that the priorities are now with the current-gen PC version.


News | New trailer for Evil Dead: The Game released

Saber Interactive and Boss Team Games have released a new trailer for Evil Dead: The Game.

With that, the publisher and developer have immediately opened pre-orders for both the digital and physical edition of the game. Those who book will receive the S-Mart Employee and Gallant Knight outfits, based on the iconic films. Those who get the Deluxe Edition will also receive the first Season Pass, which gives access to four upcoming expansions.

Evil Dead: The Game is based on the well-known horror franchise from director Sam Raimi. Players fight against the evil forces of the Necronomicon Ex-Mortis. Situations are inspired by the three cult films and the Starz series.

Players work together in teams of four and try to survive. However, players can also control the powerful Kandarion Demon to hunt Ash and his friends.

Evil Dead: The Game is out May 13 for PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch.


News | Horror game Madison will also be released on consoles this year

The first-person horror game Madison will also be released on consoles this year.

This has been announced by developer Bloodious Games who were formerly known as Nosebleed Games. It is not stated on which consoles the game will be released specifically. An exact release date has not yet been given. It is clear that the game will be released both physically and digitally.

The PC version of Madison was originally supposed to be released on Steam and GOG on January 7, but was delayed due to developer name issues. Another independent developer is said to be having issues with the Nosebleed Games name, hence the name change. A new release date for the PC version has not yet been announced.

Madison is a psychological horror game in which players control Luca, who must overcome the torture of the demon Madison. Players have a camera that allows them to take Polaroid photos to solve puzzles and see more than with the naked eye. The first images of the game have regularly been compared to P.T., the demo of the never-released Silent Hills developed by Hideo Kojima.


News | Atmospheric horror game Ill shown via teaser trailer

The horror game Ill is shown via a short teaser trailer.

The game, which is being developed by independent studio Team Clout, was announced earlier this year. Back then, only some concept videos were shown, but now the first short teaser showing gameplay of the game is available.

ll runs on Unreal Engine 5 and the teaser below shows what players can expect. The player walks through a destroyed office complex in the game. It is not yet known when and on which systems Ill should be released.


News | Martha is Dead comes out February 24th

The horror game Martha is Dead will be released on February 24, 2022.

That was announced during the Golden Joystick Awards in a new trailer, which can be viewed below. The psychological horror game was actually scheduled for release sometime this year, but that’s no longer feasible.

Martha is Dead is set in 1944 Tuscany during World War II. A woman’s body is found on the edge of a lake. Martha is dead and her twin sister must deal with the murder and associated trauma.

The game is developed by LKA, creator of The Town of Light, and runs on the Unreal Engine 4. Martha is Dead will be released on PC, PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, Xbox Series X and S, and Xbox One.