Publisher IMGN.PRO and developer Telepath’s Tree announced this week that their horror shooter Inner Chains will release in April.
The game takes place in a post-apocalyptic future in which nature has been adapting to its new conditions free from human influence, assimilating the abandoned technology, giving life to biomechanical beings. To celebrate the game’s release date, Inner Chains got a fantastic cinematic trailer.
The trailer was produced at accomplished production studio ORKA. The cinematics for Inner Chains are their first project with this kind of visual production. ORKA was responsible for all stages of the creative process, from general concept, to script, to post-production. The animation process alone behind bringing the developers’ challenging, symbol- and metaphor-laden vision to life took two and a half months.
“From the very beginning of taking on this challenge, we knew this project would be worth 100% of our commitment. This opens a new chapter in ORKA’s history,” says Magda Zimecka, CEO.
Krzysztof Azarewicz, co-writer of Inner Chains, was brought to the project, as well as Tomasz “Orion” Wróblewski, the vocalist and bassist of the cult death metal band Behemoth, who narrated the trailer.
The techno-organic future of the post-apocalyptic world that is the background of horror FPS Inner Chains will be available on PC April 20th.The Xbox One and PS4 versions available in the future. You will be able to grab your own copy of the game on Steam for €19.99 / $19.99 / £17.99. Horror fans will definitely want to check this one out. I got hands on with it back during PAX East, and greatly enjoyed my time dying.
The cinematic trailer is below.
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