At first glance, everything seems pretty normal, if a bit, well, abandoned. Keep exploring the household in which Infliction takes place, however, and you’ll come to discover that all is not as it seems. That its shadows and dark corners hold many an odd secret. That maybe, just maybe, it isn’t entirely abandoned. Keep your wits about you, leave no stone unturned, and who knows -- maybe you’ll even make it through this endeavor alive? Yeah. Not likely.
But… all that appeared before players way back in late 2018 when the game first saw the light of day, so why is this tagged as ‘news’? Good question. Why is it tag-- oh right, console ports! Later this year, the quest for atonement starts anew (even if the game itself, of course, remains the same) on Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and that lovely little Nintendo Switch, incredibly eerie AI and all. Oh, and don’t forget to crank it up to hard, because who needs directions anyway?
Explore a realistic, interactive suburban house that gets more fractured and twisted the deeper you go.
Letters, diaries, pictures, hidden hallways -- who knows what awaits, once you set foot in this nightmare? And don’t tell me you’re not dying to find out either, because I know you are. I mean, really, who can resist a mystery like this, even if it may be the last you ever set out to solve? Something is out to get you after all, and it won’t stop until you do. Best of luck putting the pieces together… before it’s too late.
Infliction is available on Steam with a $19.99 price tag. Xbox One, PlayStation 4 and Switch versions should be out Q4, 2019.