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Abandoned, a new Cinematic Horror Shooter, announced exclusively for PS5



Today, Sony and developer Blue Box Game Studios showed off a new, cinematic, first-person horror survival survival shooter with a realistic, spooky vibe. It’s called Abandoned, and it’s made exclusively for PS5.In a blog post, game director Hasan Kahraman showed the above first look at Abandoned, noting that it is still in early development and can be changed. Abandoned follows the story of Jason Longfield, who wakes up in a forest alone with no idea how he got there. When he tries to find a way out, he discovers a sinister purpose behind being taken to the forest and having to fight for safety.

Blue Box promises that Abandoned will focus on realism, and not just the visual. If Jason takes a breather from the sprint, it̵

7;s harder to shoot accurately. And firearms will be “realistically slow”, using DualShock technology to add a level of realistic feel to pulling a pistol trigger or being hit by a bullet. It also uses 3D sound, which it says will help players know exactly when and where to shoot the gun.

Abandoned is scheduled for the end of the year, and Blue Box says it is already running at 60 frames per second and 4K resolution. A full game video is scheduled soon.

Blue Box has made some attempts to haunt realism in the past. In 2015, it had a title on Steam Greenlight called Rewind: The Voices of the Past about a young woman who could see and communicate with dead people, even though it never left Greenlight. It’s also the studio behind The Haunting: Blood Water Curse, which is now available early on Steam – although the game has since been acquired by another studio, Createq Interactive.

Abandoned joins a number of other upcoming titles scheduled for PS5’s 2021 exclusive list, including Returnal later this month, Ratchet and Clank: A Rift Apart in June, Horizon Forbidden West and Destruction AllStars Out Now, which we found fun in small eruptions but otherwise shallow.

Rebekah Valentine is a news reporter for IGN. You can find her on Twitter @duckvalentine.




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