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Check Out UE5-Made Indie Horror Game Inspired by Allison Road

Featuring hyper-realistic environments and randomized paranormal encounters, the game is set to be launched in early 2024.

Solo Game Developer Hitori de Productions has shared an official announcement trailer for Supernormal, an upcoming psychological horror game inspired by Allison Road, an unreleased first-person survival horror game and a planned spiritual successor to Hideo Kojima's P.T. canceled back in 2016.

Image Credit: Hitori de Productions, Supernormal

Developed over the course of two years using Unreal Engine 5, Supernormal has been created with the blessing of Allison Road's original creator, according to Hitori de Productions. You play as Detective Wyatt, who must find clues and pay attention to details in order to unravel the mystery surrounding Masato Sakamoto's daughter's disappearance.

Image Credit: Hitori de Productions, Supernormal

The game fully immerses you with its hyper-realistic environments and photoscanned graphics, as well as the ability to communicate with the paranormal entities using your microphone, who may offer vital clues or intentionally misguide you towards dead ends. Furthermore, the jumpscares and paranormal encounters are entirely randomized, ensuring that no two walkthroughs are alike.

Image Credit: Hitori de Productions, Supernormal

"For the last two years, I've had the honor of developing the spiritual successor to Allison Road, with the blessing of its original creator," commented the developer. "It's designed and optimized for both old and next-gen hardware. This has been a solo journey for me, and I like to think of it as Allison Road, Reimagined. I've put my heart and soul into this project, and I truly hope you enjoy it."

Image Credit: Hitori de Productions, Supernormal

The game is scheduled to launch on January 8, 2024. You can learn more and wishlist Supernormal by clicking this link.

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