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Frictional Is Waiting For ‘A Machine For Pigs’ To Detail Next Horror Game

For the most part, Frictional Games is still mum on any details regarding their next horror project, which may or may not take their aptitude for crafting intensely terrifying experiences to the deep blackness of space. They’re remaining hush hush so as not to take the focus away from their collaborative effort with thechineseroom on the highly anticipated follow-up to Amnesia: The Dark Descent. A Machine for Pigs. The sequel doesn’t release until early next year, so we have a while left to wait for any real details.

Speaking with Now Gamer, Frictional’s Thomas Grip said He also said the studio’s next project will be “first person horror, that will take things deeper than what Amnesia did and have a more consistent theme.” He also said “It will not be totally different from Amnesia/Penumbra, but I think it is a quite big evolutionary leap and we try a few things we have not really touched upon before.” Sounds exciting.

What would you like to see next from Frictional Games, and do you like the idea of their potentially moving into Dead Space territory?

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  • Blood-Sicles

    A terrifying FPS horror-adventure game set in a Victorian village with an infamous haunted house would be killer. But that’s very unlikely to happen. I can still dream though.

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