Until Dawn may have never gotten a direct sequel, but Supermassive Games is ready to deliver a ‘spiritual’ follow up with their upcoming narrative horror game, The Quarry. The game is set to release this June, and we have a full gameplay overview from director Will Byles.
As you can see, Supermassive has worked on a lot of features to make The Quarry more than just your typical narrative-based horror game. Not only can you call in your friends to help make decisions throughout the campaign, but you can also just sit down and watch a pre-decided game with your choice of everyone surviving or everyone dying.
If you really want to get specific, you can also sit in the ‘director’s chair’ and set up a campaign where you decide all of the choices for each character. You’d be a regular Sam Raimi.
With a star-studded cast and a lot of love put behind it, The Quarry looks like it’s going to be the perfect game for your small Halloween get-together. Then again, it might also be the best for a spooky summer night.
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.
The Quarry launches for Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, PC, and PlayStation 4|5 on June 10.