Remothered: Broken Porcelain Serving up Suspense this August

The New Survival Horror Title is Almost Here.

Those looking to get their fix of a suspenseful new horror game may want to check out the upcoming title in the Remothered series, Remothered: Broken Porcelain, from developer Stormind Games. 

Sequel to 2018's Remothered: Tormented Fathers, Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a suspenseful survivor horror title in the vein of the Clock Tower series, where players must navigate through an environment to avoid a number of horrific stalkers. Players are not necessarily helpless though, able to use a few objects to incapacitate these stalkers for a brief period of time while you run and hide from your pursuers. 

 
 

In Broken Porcelain, players will have to survive in the Ashmann Inn, an isolated hotel where they must uncover the Inn's dark past, piecing together the inter-twined horrors that still lurk there. Though obviously filled with supernatural elements, much of the game focuses on a more realistic approach to survival horror, one where players need to sneak around and find items in the environment to help them, solving puzzles to progress and unravel the mystery.

Much of the game is now focused on a more cinematic approach, something director Chris Darril of Darril Arts is bringing to the table. Cinematics are now in real-time and fully animated, and the cast is a mix of grotesque, tragic, and charismatic characters, including a few fan favorites returning from Tormented Fathers. Finally, the game's soundtrack is again created by Italian composer Luca Balboni, who amplifies the dark atmosphere even further with his compositions. 

The biggest news is that Remothered: Broken Porcelain will be released on August 25th, 2020 on the PC, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and the Nintendo Switch, so players don't have to wait too long to get their hands on the title.

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Robert Grosso

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A game playing, college teaching scholar who happens to write some articles every so often. Enjoys penning long-form articles that few probably read. Love the art of gaming, preservation, collecting and RPGs. Have worked as a journalist, critic, educator and blogger for over ten years now, with articles published (as user editorials) on Game Revolution and Giant Bomb as well as a contributor for the websites Angry Bananas and Blistered Thumbs. Now making TechRaptor my home.