Dark Existence - Steam Coop Horror

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  1. Dizo

    Dizo New Member

    Jul 9, 2020
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    Dark Existence is an upcoming multiplayer atmospheric horror game. You will be able to walk the halls of horror alongside your friends and share the horrifying experience together.

    Here it is, some screenshots of the game in its current form. This game I am making is inspired by Kojima's Silent Hills, and therefore, I decided it would be astounding to have something like that but to also play with your friends. Currently, the game allows up to 4 players coop and is running on Steam privately as a closed beta.

    The game focuses on advanced in-depth artificial intelligence. The project first started as a prototype to try to make an AI so incredibly realistic and intelligent, and then after coronavirus hit, I decided with the amount of time on my hands, I am going to turn this into a project that I have always imagined.

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    Currently, cooperative is only available at this point, the decision to have PvP may be as a free update after the game has already been published.

    If you'd like to follow the development of Dark Existence, then please follow the Facebook page:

    There will soon be a 'Coming Soon' page available for the game on Steam where you will also be able to follow development there as well, and wishlist.

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