Those Who Remain
A new trailer is out for Those Who Remain to usher in a new look at the landscape and release date for Those Who Remain on the current-gen systems
It looks like the wait for Those Who Remain to hit the PS4, Xbox One, and PC is almost over even if the release date has been pushed back a bit. Original reports stated that it was going to be out there on May 14th and now it looks like it will be May 28th for us out there looking to get it digitally. Not the biggest of pushes, but it is worth taking note of along with the fact that Wired Productions will be bringing Those Who Remain to the Switch and digitally later this summer. That date is still not set, but it will be the same day as we are told. Hopefully. We will have to wait and see.
This is not the sole reason we are here, though, as we do have a new look at Those Who Remain to take in and see if this will be the horror game you have been waiting for as well. So many horror titles in so little time here. Although, this one does give us a better look at Dormont, the town that the events of the game will be taking place in. All of which does look to inspire the horror aspect Those Who Remain will be going for. Maybe not the full psychological and sanity part, but that could just be me thinking they are only going with hallucinations as the only aspect of sanity being in question. Not that it is easy to show off any of the others in a virtual setting, but it is what it is.
Those Who Remain — Welcome To Dormont
Award-winning publisher, Wired Productions, and up-and-coming independent studio, Camel 101, today announced that the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Steam for Windows PC version of their first-person psychological-thriller, Those Who Remain, is confirmed for digital release on May 28th, with a retail-exclusive Deluxe Edition set to launch globally later in the summer, alongside a Nintendo Switch edition.
Those Who Remain will be available in Standard and a retail-exclusive Deluxe Edition for PS4 and PC, which will include a digital download of the beautifully illustrated comic prequel story Those Who Remain: Lights Out.
Set in the sleepy town of Dormont, a town in a spiraling split from the fabric of reality, warped by darkness and the deeds of the citizens who reside, Those Who Remain is a story-driven, first-person adventure thriller combining a deeply atmospheric game world with tense psychological horror that delves deep into the human psyche.
Edward, a man who had previously enjoyed the perfect life, is attempting to break off an affair to put his life back on track by driving into the night, unaware of the darkness brewing below Dormont and the cause of recent disappearances. Players must confront the unknown horrors reflected by the darkness and survive the night as Edward is faced with a test of his sanity, morality and the shadows of evil that lurks below.
Have you been waiting too long for Those Who Remain to finally launch or are you glad that it is happening a bit later now? Do you care if it is in a physical form or will you be living that digital life no matter the case here? Do you think that showing other forms of insanity are too hard in a video game setting or could it be done without needing to go back to the hallucination path we normally get? Let us all know down in the comments and then feel free to discuss it all. If there is more to share for Those Who Remain, we will have it here. Just keep coming back to the site to see and hear all of that.