Inheritance gets a launch trailer today as the expansion to Bloober Team's horror game is coming next week on August 2 for $4.99. Players who have yet to play the original game can get it along with the upcoming DLC in one package with Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition
The expansion to the Masterpiece of Fear launches August 2 and marks the homecoming of the painter’s daughter in Layers of Fear: Inheritance. Will you dare relieve her childhood experiences?
Launch Trailer, Masterpiece Edition Revealed
The mansion lies in ruins – devastated by time and the painter’s madness. Revisit it and relieve key moments from the daughter’s life. Experience her traumas, obsessions and fears, all presented in a psychedelic and symbolic atmosphere you loved from Layers of Fear.
In Layers of Fear: Inheritance, you assume the role of the painter’s daughter who comes back to her childhood house, hoping to reconcile with her past. Faced with life-defining decisions, she will need to make a choice, leaving the player with multiple endings to discover.
Delve deep into the growing horror of her memories, where imagination shapes the nightmares of her reality.
Also available at launch is Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition, which includes both Layers of Fear and the Inheritance DLC in a single, horror-filled package.
- A completely new narrative experience that expands the story of Layers of Fear
- Explore the painter’s house from his daughter’s perspective
- Two distinct endings based on how you play the game
- A return to the terrifying and psychedelic experience that you loved from the base game
Layers of Fear: Inheritance launches on Aug. 2, 2016 for Steam (Windows PC, Mac, SteamOS/Linux), Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 for $4.99 (USD). For those who have yet to experience the madness, the full game and Inheritance is available to purchase in Layers of Fear: Masterpiece Edition. For more information, head to <8711>http://www.layersoffear.com.8711>
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