Supernatural horror game Remothered: Broken Porcelain is going to take longer to arrive. The game is delayed and moved back to October 20 instead of August 25.
Publisher Modus Games did not provide a reason for the pullback at all. Instead, the company gave off a quick statement about their decision with the devs. Remothered: Broken Porcelain is the sequel to Remothered: Tormented Fathers.
Broken Porcelain follows a “thrilling psychological plot”
Broken Porcelain is one of the oddest horror games out there. The game works as the new entry for the Remothered series of third-person horror titles. The titles work as a weird anthology, making them great individual games to play.
The story lets players follow a young woman attempting to escape Ashmann Inn. She receives a constant haunting, and the supernatural forces within are trying to hurt her. The inn itself is notorious for many things, including its horrific secrets.
On its Steam listing, the game promises “realistic survival horror” and “thrilling psychological plot.” It notes that “survival will take more than just quick reactions as a strategic and resourceful approach will quickly become critical in this haunting adventure.”
While the game will likely be a superb title, the players would have to wait longer. Modus pushed it back, citing the need to “deliver the experience you deserve.”
“We are incredibly excited to invite you into this wonderfully realized chapter of the Remothered story, but it’s important that we deliver the experience you deserve,” said Modus Games in a press release.
“Having additional time for polish and to accommodate unanticipated longer timeframes due to the current global situation will help us do exactly that. This also means that you’ll be able to explore the Ashmann Inn for the very first time during the spookiest time of the year, Halloween!”
Broken Porcelain can take advantage of the added time
Remothered: Broken Porcelain should be a good game if given more polish. Its predecessor, Tormented Fathers, is also a great game. Many reviewers cited its atmospheric gameplay, making it among the better modern horrors.
The visuals are always beautiful, and the game is quite a scare at many points. Even then, a ton of reviewers sees the game needed more polish. Technical aspects, like performance, is not its strongest suit.
Tormented Fathers had its fair share of bugs. The game was mostly about stealth, which the game should break into more palatable segments.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain will be available for all platforms. These include the PC, Xbox, Playstation, and the Nintendo Switch.
Images courtesy of Modus Games/Youtube Screenshot