Revealed last month, the Davit Andreasyan developed horror game — Inmates — is bringing its terror-driven puzzle solving to Steam and other digital PC retailers on October 5, 2017 for $9.99. A short teaser titled Despair showing off this launch date was revealed, giving players a glimpse of the types of scares in the Iceberg Interactive published title.
Set in a mysterious run-down prison, Inmates has players take the role of Jonathon as he wakes from a nightmare in his weathered jail cell. Oblivious to his whereabouts, he writes off the strange yet familiar environment as a continuation of his bad dream. That is until a voice from a nearby radio complicates the situation. Players will explore the old prison to investigate the mystery of his attendance.
Inmates will get Chinese, Russian, German, French, Italian, and Spanish language support when it releases in a few weeks. The horror game — which is powered by Unreal Engine 4 — will also feature full controller support and take between three and four hours to complete.
Inmates was originally revealed during Gamescom last month. An announcement trailer, as well as numerous screenshots flaunting the game’s dark prison setting.
Those who are anticipating visceral and haunting atmosphere of Inmates can now add the game their Steam wishlist before the game releases next month.