First Look At Red Thread’s Survival Horror Game, Draugen

Dreamfall Chapters studio Red Thread Games are also working on a first-person survival-horror game, titled Draugen. Today, Red Thread released a trailer for the game, which you can watch below.

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As reported last year, Draugen is set in the 1920s, on the coast of Norway, where everyone in a remote fishing community has mysteriously disappeared. You play as a nature photographer, botanist and entomologist, and the game’s story is inspired by Norwegian fairytales and H.P. Lovecraft.

 

Draugen is planned for release in 2015. Red Thread will be launching a Kickstarter drive for the game soon.


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