The atmospheric first person shooter game Betrayer has left Steam Early Access today in favor of something a little more official. From Blackpowder Games, a brand new studio comprised of former Monolith devs (FEAR, Condemned), Betrayer takes us to a big open world brimming with horrors.
This is a game that doesn’t hold your hand. Like Dark Souls, it offers some guidance but leaves the learning up to you. I’ve spent a few hours with it already, you can expect my review in the very near future. Until then, why don’t you enjoy this launch trailer.
You can grab Betrayer on Steam for $17.99 (10% off).
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