A brand new sci-fi horror title coming from developers Rock Pocket Games launches today for PC players with an expected release date of January 21st for Xbox and PS4.
Moons of Madness is a first-person, story-driven cosmic horror game coming from developers Rock Pocket Games and publishers Funcom. It combines sci-fi exploration with Lovecraftian horrors in a game that not only looks but sounds truly terrifying. You can check out the games PC launch trailer below:
After a mysterious signal was detected coming from the red planet, Orochi an outer space scientific team set up a secret base on the planet to uncover the true meaning of the message.
You play as Shane Newehart, a technician stationed at the Invictus base and due to your low-level security clearance you are completely unaware of the existence of the mysterious signal. You’re just there to maintain the base until the transport ship Cyrano arrives bringing with it a new team to take over.
What should be a routine operation turns into a living nightmare after some strange occurrences along with some Visions and hallucinations of some truly hellish creatures start flashing through your mind. Stranded millions of miles from home, it’s up to you to explore the red sands of Mars and try to survive.
Fans of Alien Isolation will feel at home in Moons of Madness, with players having to think on their feet and use the facilities available to them including computers, electrical systems, rovers, solar panels and more, to survive Invictus before going beyond the outpost to explore the darker side of Mars.
Publishers Funcom announced the game’s launch on Steam in a recent tweet along with some info about the games plot and a link to the launch trailer. The game is also available for pre-order on PS4 and Xbox One.
We're very proud to announce that Madness rises TODAY! Enter the space boots of Shane Newehart and experience a seemingly routine day spiraling into a living nightmare.
— Funcom (@funcom) October 22, 2019
Does Moons of Madness sound like the perfect game to get stuck into this October? Or, like me are you eagerly awaiting its realse on console. Let us know your thoughts on the Moons of Madness launch trailer down below or over on Twitter.