It is no secret that “F.E.A.R” is one of the most popular horror franchises currently running in the world of video games, and with that said it should come as no shock that the release of the franchises’ third installment is one of the most hotly anticipated of 2011. Adding to the hype this week, Amazon.com announced that they will be releasing a prequel comic written by Steve Niles (“30 DAYS OF NIGHT”, “MYSTERY SOCIETY”) that will be available exclusively to those that pre-order the game through their website. The book will serve as connective tissue between the events of the new comic series on its way from Day 1 Studios and the events of the first game. Sweetening the deal, Amazon is also offering $20s back to whoever purchases the game, which will be available to them for any future purchase! Inside you can check out the announcement trailer for the game as well as a very special behind the scenes video and synopsis for the comic. Read on for the skinny!
‘F.E.A.R 3’ Comic Behind The Scenes Featurette…
“The F.E.A.R. 3 comic book is written by Steve Niles, illustrated by Stefano Raffaele and produced by DC Comics. It is a prequel to F.E.A.R. 3 and picks up right after the events of F.E.A.R. Point Man has escaped an explosive blast he set in motion to eliminate Alma and is confronted with a brand new threat and a new escape mission.”
“F.E.A.R 3” Hits Stores This May, And Pre-Orders Can Be Placed NOW At Amazon.com! (MSRP-$56.99)
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