Still Wakes the Deep: A Horror Game from the Makers of Dear Esther
This new game takes players to a dark and twisted oil rig, where they must face their fears in order to survive.
The Chinese Room, a highly acclaimed game development studio known for creating immersive and story-driven experiences like “Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs,” “Dear Esther,” and “Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture,” is preparing to plunge players into a new horrifying adventure. Their latest game, “Still Wakes the Deep,” marks a return to the studio’s roots and guarantees a chilling experience set on an oil rig in 1975. The announcement trailer for the game has already captivated audiences with its tense and dangerous moments on the rig.
In “Still Wakes the Deep,” The Chinese Room promises players a narrative horror experience that stands apart from anything they’ve encountered before. Players will find themselves in the midst of a catastrophic event on the Beira D oil rig, situated off the coast of Scotland. As the disaster unfolds, they must navigate through the collapsing rig, desperately trying to save their crew from a horrifying force that defies all logic and challenges their very perception of reality.