Beware & # 39; s fresh interpretation of the survival horror genre is that the whole game takes place with you sitting behind the wheel of a broken car. Enemies rush around its sepia-stained open world, chasing you down and trying to ram you off the road, bringing together pieces of information scattered throughout the landscape. It sounds fascinating and it only has its first publicly playable demo.
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This thread makes it intense and really scary. Everyone talks about the sense of paranoia they get when they drive around and know they can go chasing any moment. The fact that enemies are scarce also makes it scarier because it leaves more time to build tension between moments of action.
If you want some gameplay, then watch the five-minute video uploaded by YouTube user Ray Fields below. The lighting looks fantastic, as well as the water effects on the windows of your car. I'm really impressed by the visual details, and getting headlights in the rearview mirror really seems to be frightening.
And if you're wondering, the game was recently renamed Beware – it was formerly called Driving Survival, and Joe wrote about it in 2016. It has no release date