This past year has witnessed a string of successes for the horror genre in movies, television, and most notably, the video game industry. A few highly noteworthy titles released in 2017 include Resident Evil 7 (Biohazard 7), The Evil Within 2, Friday the 13th: The Game, and one I’ve anticipated for quite some time, Remothered: Tormented Fathers.
Created by Darril Arts in collaboration with game developers Stromind Games, Remothered was initially released via Valve’s Steam Games for PC in 2017. A release date for the next-gen consoles, Playstation 4 and Xbox One, has not currently been announced; the Remothered official website advertises the game will be released sometime in 2018 for home consoles.
An official synopsis provided by the game’s official website reveals, “Rosemary Reed, a fascinating 35 year old woman, reaches the house of a retired notary, Dr. Felton, who is affected by a mysterious disease. The woman is greeted by Ms. Gloria, the nurse who takes care of the old man. When Rosemary reveals herself and her true intentions, the terrifying dread begins.Rosemary’s investigations will bring her to believe that the disappearance of the man’s daughter Celeste actually hides a terrible massacre. Dr. Felton and his wife, Arianna, could be the only ones to know the truth, including the secret behind Celeste’s real identity and a fanatic cult of cloistered nuns in red.” The official website for Remothered also contains information regarding the game’s development, announcement trailers as well as updates and news.
Initially released for PC on Valve’s digital distribution platform, known as Steam Games, Remothered will also be released on nextgen consoles (such as the XBox One and PS4) sometime this year. You can check out the screenshots of the game below, courtesy of the game developers, Darril Arts. A link to all websites will also be provided.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers official YouTube channel has recently published the latest trailer; the game trailer was published on January 17th, 2018. Check out the trailer below. Be sure to also check out Remothered’s Official Website for more of the game’s updates. You can also follow the game on Facebook for news and new photos. How excited are you for Remothered’s entry into the console world? Let The Fright Chapel know on Facebook and/or Instagram.