Those Who Remain
New visuals for Those Who Remain have been released for Gamescom and they show off a bit more of the darker side of Those Who Remain
It is always a fun time when Gamescom rolls around as it always seems like games that may have been forgotten come back up, as is the case here for Those Who Remain. We last heard anything about this game back in 2018 when Camel 101 first announced it was in the works. It caught eyes due to some of the visuals for this psychological horror title, and it looks like that keeps coming. This is why we are back with Those Who Remain again as we finally have something new to look at for the game and further confirmation that it will be coming to the PS4, Xbox One, Switch, and PC at some point.
As for actual details for Those Who Remain, those are on the lighter side except what was mentioned already here. At the very least we have a look at some of the actual in-game visuals. Most of which look like just basic and dark locations with only two that seem to dive into the horror of it all. You can look at the very short trailer we have here today with a few of the stills to drive things home. There is still no real consensus of what is going on in Those Who Remain, but maybe that is part of the point with it all. Maybe?
Those Who Remain — Gamescom Reveal
Award-winning publisher, Wired Productions and upcoming independent studio Camel 101, shine a light through the darkness to unveil new partnership to bring the hotly-anticipated psychological horror, Those Who Remain, to the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Nintendo Switch, and Steam for Windows PC.
Some mistakes should never happen, not when your life is so complete… and yet they do. Those Who Remain sees prospective players take control of Edward on his journey through darkness into Dormont – a once sleepy town, now plagued by secrets and mysterious disappearances – as he desperately attempts to come back to the light and put his life back on track.
How are you feeling about Those Who Remain at this point or did you forget all about it before now? Do you think that there is something deeper hidden here or is what we see is what we get here? When do you think that we will finally get to see something a little more concrete for the game? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss. For more on Those Who Remain as we find it, be sure to stick close to the site here. We will keep it all coming at you as best as we can.