Silver Chains launches August 6 for PC, Q4 2019 for PS4, Xbox One, and Switch

Search for clues within an old abandoned manor to unravel the truth.

Silver Chains

First-person horror game Silver Chains will launch for PC via Steam and GOG on August 6, followed by PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch in Q4 2019, publisher Headup Games and developer Cracked Heads Games announced.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

After his car hit a tree in a stormy night, Peter wakes up in an old abandoned mansion, somewhere in England. He can´t remember why and how he got here, but soon he realises that the house is not as abandoned as it seems. While trying to find a way out of the house, Peter has to uncover the dark secrets of what has happened in this place.

As he tries to find his way out, Peter discovers hints which indicate that he has already been here before. But by the time he’s starting to put the pieces of the puzzle together, something evil has picked up his trail… Solve puzzles to find out how you are connected to the mysteries of this place. But be careful: Something evil lurks in the cold, dark masonry and it has already started hunting you…

Key Features

  • An atmospheric horror experience: photo-realistic and detailed graphics bring the interior of an old abandoned mansion to life. Dark passages, a brawly thunderstorm, paranormal activities and a thrilling story will provide you with complete immersion into the game, accompanied by an eerie soundtrack and English voice overs.
  • Story-Exploration-Game with puzzle- and action elements: find out the mysteries of a huge mansion and the history of its inhabitants. Solve puzzles to gain entry into locked areas but…
  • …beware the dangers lurking in the dark. This evil you cannot fight – run for your life or find a place to hide: Experience an intense feeling of horror as you try to escape from the monster chasing you down.

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