We haven’t seen much from the atmospheric indie horror game Homesick, which was greenlit on Steam back in June after a very successful crowd-funding campaign. A few screens and a Kickstarter video is about it, until now.
Developer Lucky Pause has released some new alpha footage from the upcoming PC title that shows off the opening minutes of the game. It looks absolutely stunning and in a small way, it reminds me of Dear Esther. I really can’t wait to see more of this. Hopefully we won’t need to wait long.
The game’s Kickstarter campaign ended in February with just under $28,000 — about $20,000 more than their goal. The project reached all of its stretch goals, including Oculus Rift support and a prequel story that will be unlocked after completing the main game.
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