“Fear the Dark Unknown” is Modern Fixed Camera Survival Horror Game With Beautifully Creepy Visuals!

Ever wanted a modern survival horror game with the gameplay elements of classic 90’s Silent Hill, and Resident Evil games but with modern graphics at a reasonable price? Here’s an indie horror game, “Fear the Dark Unknown” which might interest you!

Now on Steam for PC, and has a survival edition (complete package) but also available as two separate chapters (Chloe & James). It was discovered by me recently, and I think it seems like a great game if you’re tired of all the action horror games releasing a lot these days..

Quick Synopsis:

The clock is ticking and the survival game can no longer be stopped. James and Chloe have been chosen and nothing will ever be the same again after discovering the Dark Unknown.

Created and published by Dreamlight Games Studios SL

Gameplay Trailer:

ABOUT THIS GAME:-

“It is said that our worst fears come from within. But… What if there were a greater fear than we are capable of conceiving? What if that terror were much closer than we think? Suffering is the only way. Fear is a necessary evil.”

What kind of curse does the Beresford mansion keep inside? For 200 years its inhabitants have suffered the consequences of an unknown shadow, a dark being who walks among us, and whose existence extends beyond what we imagine.

Now James and Chloe will face the ultimate test of their lives. They will know the true horror. The suffering of a father. The despair of a daughter. The clock is ticking and the survival game can no longer be stopped.

GAMEPLAY

Fear the Dark Unknown transports you to the great survival horror classics of the 90’s.

Choosing between two protagonists, with a fixed camera system that enhances the feeling of being immense in a true horror movie. Face a multitude of challenges, certain deaths and enemies of various kinds that will force you not to waste a bullet.

Face them, hide or even flee from them.

All mixed with a wealth of puzzles, integrated into the story, which will allow you to learn more details of the Beresford mansion and the Dark Unknown.

KEY FEATURES

  • Enjoy more than 30 hours playing two totally different adventures with James Sullivan and his daughter Chloe.
  • Four difficulty levels for combat, from those who want a ride to those who enjoy suffering with each combat.
  • Choose between your four weapons and don’t waste a bullet. Survival is your main goal, and it’s not easy.
  • Thoroughly examine every room. You never know where you are going to find that object that will give you the key to continue your adventure.
  • Discover the Beresford mansion and its inhabitants throughout its 200 years of life. You can visit it at different times, and remember that to find out all its secrets is to know yourself.

MATURE CONTENT DESCRIPTION

The developers describe the content like this:

Blood and gore in realistic graphics. Violence on human and human-like characters. Fear-inducing atmosphere, events and characters.

REVIEWS

“Did you want to play Resident Evil 2 Remake with a fixed camera? Then try Fear the Dark Unknown.”
8/10 – Navigames

“The survival horror of the 90s are alive in Fear the Dark Unknown.”
7.5/10 – GameIt

“A convincing mix between Resident Evil and Alone in the Dark. An old school feeling.”
4/5 – N-Gamz

Official Website

Original game (Fear the Dark Unknown) store page

Chloe and James campaigns available as separate games too:

Check out Fear the Dark Unknown Chloe Page Here!

WARNING: Fear the Dark Unknown Chloe is the Chloe’s campaign included in the original Fear the Dark Unknown game. If you own Fear the Dark Unknown you don’t need Fear the Dark Unknown Chloe.

Fear the Dark Unknown James Page

WARNING: Fear the Dark Unknown James is the James’s campaign included in the original Fear the Dark Unknown game. If you own Fear the Dark Unknown you don’t need Fear the Dark Unknown James.

Official Twitter of the game

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