Iceberg Interactive Announces Psychological Horror Game Inmates
Iceberg Interactive and Davit Andreasyan announce their upcoming psychological horror game. Inmates, will be scaring its way on Steam in a few months.
Publisher Iceberg Interactive and developer Davit Andreasyan announced that the new psychological horror game, Inmates, will be available on Steam and other digital retailers in a few months. An announcement trailer (below) was released alongside several screenshots flaunting the haunting atmosphere of the game.
Inmates follows Jonathan as he awakes from a nightmare in a run-down prison cell. While he is oblivious of his whereabouts, he feels a “painful sense of familiarity.” As he writes off the situation as a continuation of his nightmare, a voice on the radio complicates his mysterious situation. Explore the haunting environment in the story-driven horror game as Jonathan as he unlocks the mystery of his attendance at the weathered prison. Here are some of the game’s features players can look forward to:
Interact with the environment to unravel the truth
Intense and mind-bending puzzles
High-quality graphics powered by Unreal Engine 4
Full controller support
Estimated game length: 3-4 hours
Davit Andreasyan is an independent game developer from Armenia who has been working on Inmates for the past two years. His ten years of experience as a Computer Graphics Generalist has helped with his development of his new horror experience.
Inmates does not have a set release date, but is said to launch in the next few months for PC and Mac. It will cost $9.99 through Steam and other digital retailers. Information about the game can be found on the official website, including the game’s minimum and recommended system requirements.
Check out the Gamescom announcement trailer and new screenshots to experience the psychological nightmare of Iceberg Interactive’s newest horror game: