Eternal Darkness spiritual successor teased
Original game's creators will debut Shadow of the Eternals sequel on Monday; Denis Dyack is involved.
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The creators of survival horror game Eternal Darkness: Sanity's Requiem today teased a spiritual successor to Silicon Knights' 2002 GameCube game called Shadow of the Eternals.
The game's teaser trailer on IGN points out that the title is in development at Precursor Games, an all-new outfit.
According to comments made by IGN staff on Twitter, Silicon Knights founder and president Denis Dyack is attached to the project in some form.
A crowd-funding campaign for Shadow of the Eternals will go live on Monday, though further details were not divulged.
The original Eternal Darkness originated as a Nintendo 64 project before being shifted to the GameCube, where it was the platform's first M-rated game. For more, check out GameSpot's review.
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