Indie Russian studio CheerDealers and Alawar Entertainment have announced the Steam release of Distrust, a top-down sci-fi survival game inspired by classic film The Thing. A rescue team and their helicopter crash in the Arctic but fortunately for the survivors they are near an abandoned scientific base. The player can choose 2 out of 15 characters, each with their own skills. While fighting the cold and scavenging supplies, the player will have to find out across randomly generated levels why the base's residents disappeared. You are on the alert but the more you stay awake the more chances it will trigger Distorted Reality. For you survivors' sanity, it will go from disturbing noises to dangerous hallucinations, where you can't tell reality from twisted fantasy. The game also features four different endings. Screens and videos inside.
@droezelke: animations are scripted, but that was definitely ingame cutscene. Do you know you can do in game cutscene with amazing animations? I really cant se why is not believable that is ingame (0 minute ago)
I imagine it'll look pretty similar to BF1. That game was already pretty maxed out. (1 minute ago)
@GriftGFX: No, that was completely pre-rendered with a hud to make you think it is gameplay. Want to bet that the actual gameplay will not look like that, with swaying guns, perfect animations, and so (2 minutes ago)
There's a solid minute of scripted gameplay after a definitely in-game cutscene. (3 minutes ago)
Yeah is ingame cut scenes with a bunch of scripted gameplay. It is there to see how the game will look. We will see proper multiplayer gamepla on E3 (5 minutes ago)
@droezelke: There is literal gameplay footage at the end of the cinema. Scripted, but gameplay. (6 minutes ago)