The horror game developer Bloober Team is teasing the return to the fear layer, and the new trailer is reminiscent of the tortured painter in the original 2016 game.
The new trailer is a short vignette rendered with Unreal Engine 5. It shows us briefly an artist who is trying to draw a brush on paper. As a creative person, I can understand the horror of the blank canvas, but it seems that there are more supernatural pranks here. Between the ghostly voices that guide you back and “finish what you started”, it sounds like this will be a more direct sequel to the first level of fear, following the efforts of a once-famous artist to complete their masterpiece.
The first level of fear is completely okay, but James feels that it completely wastes its setting potential by choosing a more traditional, fear-filled horror adventure. Even if it flaunts incredible paint mixing techniques, the return may be impressive.
“This is a video game set in the reality of the royal disintegration of a crazy artist, but I hope to be more subtle in such a psychologically driven horror,” he wrote in his “Fear Layer” comment. “Layers of Fear was swayed by the potential of its premise and hit me on the head with dozens of ghostly dolls. This is a creative, excessive haunted house, with almost no tension, being a strange but not surprising Narrative framework.”
The sequel will respond to these questions to a large extent, although the Bloober team recently tried to extend its horror legs through The Medium-game critic Leana Hafer found a brilliant return to the horror of fixed cameras.
Note that the fear layer is not the only thing Bloober is doing.Poland branch banker The report studio is currently working with the private sector on an unknown project (via European players). Although Bloober insists that it does not work on the Silent Hill project, fans still believe that the “strategic cooperation agreement” between Horror Studios and Konami may mean a return to the long-dormant franchise.