Horror LUST FROM BEYOND Is Coming to PC on September 24, Movie Games Has Announced
Publisher Movie Games has some fantastic news for all fans of 2018's Lust for Darkness, as its long-awaited spiritual successor — titled Lust from Beyond — will officially arrive on PC (only via Steam) on September 24.
For those unfamiliar with Lust from Beyond, it's an erotic horror (think Agony meets Scorn) set in a Victorian mansion. The game is being developed by Movie Games Lunarium (The Beast Inside, Drug Dealer Simulator).
"Today, we're kicking off our intensive [Lust from Beyond] promotional campaign, which will involve brand-new trailers, developer streams, community events, and a never-before-seen, completely free prologue," the studio's CEO and Co-Founder Mateusz Wcześniak said in a press release (translated by GX).
It's probably worth remembering that the fast-approaching production features some disturbing imagery, terrifying horror violence, and explicit content, so younger players should definitely avoid it like the plague.
If you just can't wait to learn more about Lust from Beyond, the Polish publisher will release a new gameplay trailer for their next big thing later today (and we will update the article as soon as said video hits the web).
Lust from Beyond is a psychological horror with occult and erotic themes. The game creators are Movie Games Lunarium, developers of Lust for Darkness - the game that proved it is possible to create a liaison of erotica and horror. Now, thanks to the experience gained in the previous production, Movie Games Lunarium is returning with Lust from Beyond, opening the door to a realistic world full of desire, fascination and fear.
Lust from Beyond is coming to PC (via Steam) on September 24, 2020.
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