To build up excitement for their conference at E3 tomorrow, publisher tinyBuild Games released a new trailer for Graveyard Keeper, the historically inaccurate medieval cemetery management sim that was originally announced back in 2017.
The trailer features some of the same aspects that were seen in the video that was released in April, like planting crops, burning witches at the stake, and preaching a sermon; all of the things one would expect in a game about taking care of a medieval graveyard.
It also reveals more of the game’s crafting menu and some of what players can build in the game. A talking donkey carting a fresh corpse is also featured, and players will have the chance to choose whether they want to sell the bodies to create business alliances or figure out some other way to dispose of them. If taking care the dead gets to be too much, players will also be able to fish to relieve some of the stress that tending a cemetery brings.
tinyBuild Game’s E3 conference will take place tomorrow, June 10th at 12:30 pm Pacific Daylight Time.
You can check out the trailer below. Graveyard Keeper will be released for PC and Xbox One on August 15th. You can head over to the game’s website to try out an alpha version of the game for PC.