By Czech based studio CBE Software, Someday You’ll Return is an upcoming horror game set to release for consoles and PC. Here’s what you need to know before the game releases on April 14th, 2020.
Set to release exclusively for PC on April 14th, 2020, CBE Software is preparing fans for their upcoming psychological horror title, Some Day You’ll Return. The upcoming title will take players through a story set in the Czech Republic, taking players through some beautiful, scenic, and mesmerizing areas throughout their adventure.
CBE Software has outlined a few of the game’s key features that will help instill fear in those who play the game including concepts of fatherhood, fears, lies, and a refusal to accept the deeds of ones past itself. While the game does have its own horror elements to it, CBE Software has outlined that it’s not witches, demons, or the likes that will drive those elements forward, but rather, something much deeper and much closer to home.
To help bring its horror elements to life, players will work through features such as crafting where you can craft or repair items in a specialized workbench, allowing you to increase your odds of survival when you aren’t picking herbs to craft your own potion or using your smartphone to help navigate your way through your adventure, call someone, or even send them a text or simply turn on some light to help you get about.
CBE Software has also confirmed there will be a Karmic system where players’ actions do matter and can influence the ending of their game. Along with it players will explore using features such as wall climbing, tracking, and stealth mechanics. You can check out the official trailer that highlights some of these elements down below.
Stay tuned as we will keep you up-to-date with future news about Someday You’ll Return.
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