Infliction: Extended Cut, the psychological horror game from Caustic Reality and Blowfish Studios exploring haunting the remnants of a suburban family, brings terror to Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One on Feb. 25, 2020.
Experience an interactive nightmare delving into the darkness plaguing a once-happy home. Set in the aftermath of unthinkable tragedy, Infliction follows the trials of Gary R. Pout as he pieces together the mystery behind a harrowing series of events. Explore a contorted version of his family’s residence to discover a way out before he succumbs to the malevolent spirits within.
Evade a relentless paranormal pursuer by ducking into closets, darting under beds, or utilizing light sources like camera flashes to make a fleeting getaway and continue Gary’s search. During the struggle to survive, pore over household objects for secrets, hidden messages, and clues to find new paths, make revelations and hopefully bring this terrifying ordeal to an end.
A supernatural story permeated by real-world worries and anxieties that strike close to home, Infliction probes mature existential themes while delivering story-driven scares and an ominous, otherworldly, dynamic atmosphere sure to unsettle, thrill, and leave horror buffs thinking.
An enhanced edition containing everything from the acclaimed and horrifying Steam version, Infliction: Extended Cut features haunting additional endings and a “New Game Plus” mode with remixed puzzles and all-new scares. Brave an interactive nightmare set in the aftermath of tragedy as Gary R. Prout, a man hellbent on uncovering his family’s fate. Search for clues, avoid supernatural pursuers, and piece together a harrowing narrative.
Ethan Allen was born and raised in the south bay (SoCal). At age 5 he was taken to the theater to see Halloween 2. Since that time he hasn’t been able to bite into an apple because of the fear of chomping down into a razor blade. At age 12 he went to his first haunt (Knotts Scary Farm) and only has missed a handful of years since then. Ethan has an unhealthy obsession with Elvira, 80’s slashers, and universal monsters which is borderline creepy.