Agony ‘Agony Mode’ trailer

Test your survival skills in procedurally generated chambers.

Agony

Madmind Studios has released a new trailer for Agony introducing “Agony Mode,” an additional game mode where players can test their survival skills in procedurally generated chambers.

Here is an overview of the mode, via Madmind Studios:

The additional game mode will add procedurally generated chambers for the players to test their hellish surivival skills. In mysterious labyrinths made of human bones or frosted ice chambers players will face random quest and challenges. They might be tasked to collect ten figurines which are spread around the level. Despite the main story mode of the game the players can choose on the gender of their character and the game ends with the death of the players, calculating their score. To drive the challenge to a global level all scores will be displayed on a worldwide leader board.

When players achieve their given quest objectives and make their way to the mysterious “Red Chamber” – implemented in each procedural generated level they can add additional points to their score by generating additional chambers to test his skills or even go back replaying the given level as one of the notorious Succubus!

Agony is due out for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on May 29.

Watch the trailer below.

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