Today, developer Creazn and publisher SOEDESCO announced that narrative horror game Dollhouse, which was once planned for release in early 2016, is set to launch sometime in 2017 for PS4 and PC, both digitally, and at retail.
Never heard of Dollhouse? No problem, here’s an elevator pitch via SOEDESCO:
Dollhouse is a narrative horror game that pays homage to 1950’s film noir. The game has an intricate Stephen King-like story that utilizes suspense rather than jump scares. The narrative is self-constructing and immerses players in a world that is affected by their choices.
The story of Dollhouse centers inside the mind of Marie, a detective trying to unravel her past. The player can use the help of a big cast of characters to gradually progress further into Marie’s mind. They can create their own experience by choosing which paths they take.
Dollhouse has a single player campaign mode and online versus multiplayer.
Craft your own story: your reality is what counts
1950’s film noir style: dive into a world with a ‘noir’ 1950’s atmosphere
Map generator: explore the randomly generated aspect of the campaign
14 playable characters: experience 14 different characters, all with unique stories and abilities
5 player versus multiplayer: become the dominant persona in the current mind
A price point hasn’t been divulged. In the meanwhile, you can check out the game’s latest trailer and a few of its screenshots below: