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Husk to Turn you into a Shell of Yourself with Launch Trailer

The horror game Husk recently arrived on Steam’s digital shelves courtesy of UndedScout. A new launch trailer also accompanied the release, showing off the haunted town of Shivercliff. The game has a creepy Silent Hill vibe that …Read More The post Husk to Turn you into a Shell of Yourself with Launch Trailer by Leif Conti-Groome appeared first on DualShockers.

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Husk is a horror game that deals with themes like domestic abuse and childhood trauma.

Husk is a horror game that deals with themes like domestic abuse and childhood trauma. It’s being billed as a tribute to horror classics like Silent Hill. Also, it takes place in a town called “Shivercliff,” because everyone makes mistakes. The game will be out next month. READ FULL STORY AT KOTAKU!

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Husk Announced: Release Date Set For New Horror Thriller Game

IMGN.PRO and Undead Scout Announce Release Date of Their New Horror Game, Husk, on PC. For those of you who enjoy a good thriller, the new upcoming title Husk is right up your alley. Husk will release worldwide on February 3, 2017, and will be available for PCs.   The title is the debut release from studio Undead Scout and a collaboration with IMGN.PRO. As a special treat for the announcement a new trailer was released called “There is No Place Like Home”. Like all good trailers for thriller and horror games, we are not given much info about what the actual objective is. We see a protagonist loading a gun, haunting scenery, and an ominous narration. We hear the narration mentioning a past traumatic event of domestic abuse, which will likely feature prominently in the plot. Łukasz Noculak, a game developer for Undead Studios, outlines a bit of the team’s motivation. “Drawing on the elements of oneiric horror, in Husk, we strive to touch upon real and often very painful problems. I’d rather not reveal any more details right now –you’ll soon be able to discover them on your own!” The game is inspired by other classic thriller titles…