Psychological Horror Game Visage Gets Multiple Endings Despite Not Reaching Kickstarter Stretch Goal

on December 14, 2016 9:54 PM

SadSquare Studio has announced that their upcoming psychological horror title Visage will be receiving multiple endings when it launches next year, despite it not reaching its Kickstarter stretch goal.

Even though over 3,000 backers funded the project when its crowdfunding campaign launched earlier this year, the game came up short of the $160,000 necessary to allow for multiple endings.

Still, the developers behind the game felt like the title wouldn’t be getting the full experience in just one playthrough, saying in an update that Visage has “always been about making sure that everyone gets a different experience”, and that “one ending would get in the way of reaching that very goal.”

Though the endings won’t vary drastically from one another, SadSquare mentions that conceptually, they’ll be shocking to most people who experience them.

Updates on sound, gameplay, inventory, and environment were also announced, as a new sound system is being introduced, gameplay dynamism tinkered with, three more slots to inventory added, and more screenshots shared.

For those unfamiliar with Visage, the game takes place in a secluded town in the 1980s. The house players are in has been around for centuries, with many of the families living there over the years dying brutally. Players will be able to relive fragments of this history, all set within a horribly realistic atmosphere.

As described on the game’s Kickstarter page, those who play the game “can expect to feel true terror created by a very dark, realistic atmosphere and the presence of entities you wish you’d never seen.”

Visage is due out for Xbox One, PS4, and PC next month. Those of you in the horror mood can check out The Walking Dead: The Telltale Series – A New Frontier‘s new trailer here, or watch some Resident Evil 7: Biohazard videos that were revealed last week here. The aforementioned screenshots can be found below.

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