Remothered: Broken Porcelain will release on October 20th. Remothered: Broken Porcelain is the second installment in developer Stormind Games‘ chilling Remothered series. They already launched view videos that bring many questions. Who previously played or watched gameplay of Remothered: Tormented Fathers? You must be so curious about the second series, right?
The trailer opens with a young girl, Jennifer, escorted into an office to meet Mr.Ashmann. He is the owner of the mysterious resident. But who is Jennifer? She is the daughter of Mr. Felton, who ran away from the house to escape her drug father. At home, the situation is getting worst. Her father can’t recognize her anymore. Jennifer decides to leave, even without her mother.
After that, Jennifer listens to the same mirror shown in the Broken Porcelain reveal trailer, as a door suddenly closes behind her. Spooky footage of the environment continues to play. Another girl named Wendy insists that the Ashmann Inn is a particular destination for problematic children. The question is, what problem brings Jennifer there?
Remothered: Broken Porcelain Competitor
The foreboding music steadily escalates, and the final moments of the trailer kick into high gear. This game is offering glimpses of some of the game’s monsters, violence, and horrific effects. It is showing Broken Porcelain’s impressive graphical leap over its predecessor. Likely, isolation and a limited cast of characters to trust will also feature prominently in the game’s plot.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain is the second in Stormind’s planned horror trilogy. Gamers will have to wait longer than expected to get their hands on it. Broken Porcelain’s release was recently pushed to October, though the delay is amusingly quite fitting. The late October release will see the title on the market just in time for Halloween.
Jennifer’s adventures at the Ashmann Inn will have some stiff competition, however. Bandai Namco and Supermassive Games recently revealed they would be releasing the survivor horror title, Little Hope, on October 3. It also suffered a development delay. This autumn will be an excellent time to be a horror fan.