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Horror mystery Someday You’ll Return revealed

An intriguing new horror mystery game has been revealed, called Someday You’ll Return, where a father searches for his missing daughter.

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Someday You'll Return

An intriguing new horror mystery game has been revealed, called Someday You’ll Return, where a father searches for his missing daughter.

The game is being developed by small Czech studio CBE Software, who previously worked on Ghost in the Sheet and J.U.L.I.A.

It looks like an intriguing adventure game with some supernatural – or should that be psychological? – elements.

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Check out the trailer below:

As you can see, it looks very pretty. It’s running in Unreal Engine 4, and it uses real world locations in game.

The official blurb reads:

“It’s not the first time she ran away. But you’re uneasy … this time feels so different. Long ago, you swore never to return here. And now, she has dragged you back. Your search leads deep into ancient Moravian forests and reveals secrets that should have stayed buried.

 

“While your survival skills and quick wits might advance your search, malevolent forces rise up against you. There are nightmares you can’t fight and win. Some of them … could be yours.

 

“Your character is Daniel, Stela’s father, who is forced by events to return to a place, he swore never to return. In the forest he will encounter peculiar people who will help him understand the true reason why Stela keeps running away. Someday You’ll Return deals with intimate concepts of fatherhood, fears, lies and refusal to accept one’s past. While the story contains strong horror elements it’s not always the most obvious monsters which are the most frightening.”

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Someday You’ll Return is scheduled for release in 2019 for the PC, with a planned release for PS4 and Xbox One which “will be announced.”


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