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Dark Atlas: Infernum Demo Now Available

There’s a new First-person survival game on the horizon. Dark Atlas: Infernum from Night Council Studio is set to release in 2024 on PC (Steam), PlayStation, and Xbox consoles.

The team at Night Council Studio and publisher SelectaPlay are pleased to announce that the game now has a bone-chilling playable demo. This is available on the Steam Store page, which you can find further down this article.

The World is Falling Apart

The game is set in a world that’s falling apart, massive electrical storms are sweeping across Earth. The storms are causing more and more ghosts to fill the streets with each passing. The sorcerers and scientists of our time are calling them “Imprints”. It’s down to the play to unlock the dark secrets that are hidden deep in the protagonists mind. The game will see us walking the abyss between the soul and the path to hell.

It’s our destiny to escape from the nightmare in which the world is perpetually harassing us. Through our memories, the ruins of civilisation as we know it, the nether abyss of your soul, and of course, hell itself.

Dark Atlas: Infernum certainly sounds like it has a great setting and story setup ready for us to scare the living sh*t out of us in 2024. Can’t wait!

Key Features
  • Single-player, first-person survival horror with a dark, disturbing narrative.

  • The gameplay is steeped in psychological horror, stealth, and puzzles.

  • Strong narrative content: an original story from the Saga Radiata, the literary universe created by Álvaro Aparicio that includes books, podcasts and other narrative formats, and in which the meta-anthology of horror Dark Atlas is integrated.

  • The cast of voices in Spanish is led by Alberto “Láudano” Martínez, voice of the popular Spanish podcast Noviembre Nocturno.

  • A haunting original soundtrack composed to accompany the dark narrative.

  • Includes original collectables and Steam Achievements, so you’ll want to explore every corner…if you dare.

You can watch the trailer below. You can also check out our previous news. For those who want to add it to their wishlists, you can do so on the Steam Store or the PlayStation Store. You’ll also be able to download the free playable demo from the Steam store page.

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