SKYHILL: Black Mist will debut on PC May 28th

WARSAW, POLAND – APRIL 30 – Klabater and Mandragora Games studio are pleased to confirm that the isometric survival-horror, SKYHILL: Black Mist, will debut on PC on May 28th this year. The console version (PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch) will be released on August 27.

SKYHILL: Black Mist is a follow-up to unique Skyhill game from 2015, in which the player’s task was to escape from a hotel controlled by demons. A simple idea wrapped in 2D comic-book graphics appealed to thousands of players around the world, instantly becoming an indie bestseller (200,000 copies sold on PC).

SKYHILL: Black Mist, the second installment of the series, is a combination of classic horror and gameplay straight from survival games. The game loosely parallels the original concept, but gameplay-wise it’s a revolutionary step forward. This time the developers moved from 2D to 3D, presenting the action in an isometric view. The game mechanics have been significantly enhanced with stealth elements and solutions known from metroidvania-like games, including the ability to re-explore already visited locations to find previously inaccessible items and information. An important element of the game, also improved compared to the original, is a crafting system that allows players to craft items that will help them survive in the most difficult conditions.
The story in SKYHILL: Black Mist is inspired by the classic horror cinema, while also introducing mysterious and paranormal elements that we associate with such series as Stranger Things. The player cannot be sure what is true and what is an illusion. Locked in a haunted luxurious building complex owned by the mysterious corporation Skyhill Inc., he tries to understand who or what stands behind the eponymous Black Mist that turns people into mindless monsters.

🔥SKYHILL: Black Mist will be available with a special discount for the owners of the original game🔥

“I think of the first Skyhill as a kind of an introduction to what we’re creating now for Black Mist. We had time to significantly improve and expand the main concept; only the haunted building was left from the original game.” – said Eugene Kisterev, head of the project at Mandragora Games – “The scale and the scope of this new adventure are incomparably greater, both in terms of gameplay solutions and due to the transition to extensive 3D locations that can be freely explored. It’s a big game, full of surprises and plot-twists. I hope both fans of the original game and new players will like it.”

SKYHILL: Black Mist – main features:

Non-linear exploration

Discover the secrets of the SKYHILL Corporation building, its nooks, crannies, and hidden passages. Black Mist lurks everywhere, in the school building for the local kids, in an abandoned shopping center, as well as in the cinema you’ve recently visited with your daughter. SKYHILL: Black Mist is a combination of horror and metroidvania-like exploration game.

Survive at any cost

The Black Mist covering the area has poisoned your body and soul. You have to constantly look for medicine to survive, and analyze the situation all the time so as not to go crazy. You must stay alive by collecting and managing resources. Create new items and weapons, all for the sake of surviving long enough. Try to do all you can to turn from prey into a hunter!

Play your way

It’s up to you how you handle the hardships you face and the opponents who try to kill you at every step of the journey. Take advantage of the surroundings, set traps for enemies, sneak behind them or use brutal animal strength. You decide.

The secret of the Black Mist

In Skyhill: Black Mist nothing is as it seems. Where did the mysterious Black Mist come from? Who summoned it and why? Discover the secret behind it and try to distinguish reality from illusion. Find out what’s real and what’s not.

 

The release of SKYHILL: Black Mist is scheduled for May 28th (PC version). Console version (PlayStation 4, Xbox One and Nintendo Switch) will debut on August 27.

More information on the Steam page of the game.

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