PENUMBRA-Like First-Person Horror DON'T BE AFRAID Will Hit Store Shelves on December 17
Mechanic: Bartosz Sobczak
Category: Horror Games
Polish video game developer Broken Arrow Games has some fantastic news for fans of first-person horror games, as the young studio has confirmed that Don't Be Afraid will make its debut on December 17, 2020.
In the game, you take on the role of a little kid who wakes up naked and sore in a strange, gruesome house without any memory of the night before. Sooner rather than later, you discover that you've been kidnapped by a psychopath. What's even worse, someone is watching you carefully, seemingly trying to drive you crazy as you do your very best to find out what's exactly going on and how to escape the neverending nightmare.
If you're not sure whether the Penumbra-like project will suit your taste, you can always play its completely free playable prologue — officially titled Don't Be Afraid - The First Toy — on PC (only via Steam) right now.
To celebrate the announcement of the Don't Be Afraid release date, Warsaw-based publisher Hydra Games has shared a never-before-seen trailer for the long-awaited title (starring Polish actor Mirosław Zbrojewicz).
Be sure to take a look at the aforementioned live-action trailer for Broken Arrow Games' first major project: