Tuesday, September 2, 2014
Ex-People Can Fly Developers Unveil The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

Ex-People Can Fly Developers Unveil The Vanishing of Ethan Carter

New PC title from former People Can Fly developers, titled The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, has been revealed. Trailer and details are quenchable below the break.

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Inspired by the weird fiction stories and other tales of macabre of the early 20th century, The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is a game to be played at night, alone, and in headphones. With The Vanishing of Ethan Carter, The Astronauts – a team comprised of People Can Fly (Bulletstorm, Painkiller) veterans – aim to evolve immersive storytelling in games. It’s set for release on PC via digital distributors in 2013.

As a detective with the supernatural ability to visualize scenes of lethal crimes, you investigate the kidnapping of a young boy, hoping to save him before it’s too late. The investigation leads you to a beautiful mountain area, where you come across a severely mutilated body of one of the kidnappers. Using both your paranormal skill and modern detective tools you discover the mystery behind the trail of corpses in the valley, the roots of an ancient force ruling the area, and the fate of the kidnapped boy.

“What we care about the most is that the players feel like they’re really there. Immersion is our number one priority”, said the game’s designer, Adrian Chmielarz. “It’s a game about exploration and discovery. We’re not abandoning the gameplay – on the contrary: we’re trying to strip it down to the bone and make sure it’s always meaningful and truly makes the experience better.”

The game is being developed on the latest version of the industry-leading Unreal Engine 3 technology from Epic Games, as well as exciting new technology, the details of which we will reveal in the coming months.

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  • nick

    digital services?
    sigh, why does all the unique clever different games always have to be restricted to digital services?
    i am alive a perfect instance, such a unique brilliant idea but spoiled because it feels like it could of been so much more as a retail title!
    same goes for alan wake american nightmare.