With the critical acclaim that Until Dawn received, there is a lot of hype building up to the release of Supermassive Games’ spiritual sequel The Quarry. The game is set to launch later this June, and news has come out that the game has officially gone gold.
Here’s the announcement:
For context, when a game goes gold, that means that development is officially done, and everything will now be preparing to ship. That means it’s safe to say that the game won’t be getting any more delays, and that the developers won’t be forced to crunch or work overtime to meet deadlines.
With Until Dawn managing to have such a unique grasp in the narrative game genre, we should expect The Quarry to bring everything to the new generation of games—that means more complicated stories, with more integral consequences to decisions.
If gameplay isn’t your thing though, Supermassive also allows you the option to just watch the entire thing as a film. I know it comes out in June, but it would be the perfect game for some Halloween get-together.
When the sun goes down on the last night of summer camp, nine teenage counselors are plunged into an unpredictable night of horror.
How will your story unfold? Play as each of the nine camp counselors in a thrilling cinematic tale, where every decision shapes your unique story from a tangled web of possibilities. Any character can be the star of the show—or die before daylight comes.
Catch The Quarry when it comes to Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 4|5, and PC on June 10.