PT-Like PC Horror Game Allison Road Launches Crowdfunding Campaign
Developers are looking for hundreds of thousands to make the "next-generation survival horror" game.
Developers behind Allison Road, the apparent spiritual successor to P.T. (itself a teaser for the now-canceled Silent Hills project), have kicked off a crowdfundng campaign to help bring the game to market.
London-based developer Lilith Ltd. launched a Kickstarter page for the game today, asking for £250,000 ($387,625). The first-person game aims to be a "next-gen survival horror" title. It's going for the highest-quality graphics and runs on the Unreal Engine 4; the game also plans to support the Oculus Rift VR headset.
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In Allison Road, you explore a house to uncover the supernatural events happening within. The main character wakes up with no idea what happened in the house and must figure out the mystery while being stalked by a mysterious creature.
"These days it seems that horror games are more about style over substance and little to no narrative, whereas we are going to return to the roots of true psychological horror," Lilith said.
Allison Road made it through the Greenlight process on Steam earlier this summer after just two days. The game is currently in development for PC with an estimated launch date of 2016. For a closer look, check out the prototype video and image gallery above.
Lilith is a brand new studio formed in 2015. The team is made up of game is made up of "highly experienced entertainment industry veterans" who have worked on games like Gabriel Knight: Sins of the Father and franchises like The Avengers and The Hobbit.
Pledging at least £15 (about $24) or more gets you a copy of Allison Road. At press time, funding stands at more than £23,309 ($36,136) from 678 backers.
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