Movie Games Lunarium's Horror LUST FROM BEYOND Has Been Delayed at the Last Minute
Movie Games Lunarium has some pretty bad news for fans of Agony-like video games, as the long-awaited horror Lust from Beyond has been officially delayed and will no longer hit stores on the 24th of September.
According to the Polish studio, Lust from Beyond will now make its PC debut in Q4 2020, which means that it will release on Steam at some point between the beginning of October and end of December of this year.
The unexpected delay will reportedly allow the Lust for Darkness team to polish their next experience at their own pace while simultaneously developing Lust from Beyond: Scarlet, the upcoming game's prologue that gives players the unique chance to explore the Scarlet Lodge — inspired by H. R. Giger's works — for free.
In the game — which takes place in a Victorian mansion hiding dark secrets — you assume the role of an anxious antiquarian and join the Cult of Ecstasy to embark on a journey beyond the borders of our reality.
Considering that Movie Games' original horror has been pushed back another 2-3 months, chances are it will be a while before we learn more about the highly anticipated spiritual successor to Hideo Kojima's P.T.
Victor Holloway, an antiquarian, is tormented by visions of a sinister land full of lechery and pain. To learn its secrets, he joins the Cult of Ecstasy, whose members seem to know the answers to his disturbing questions. Victor learns the cult's life from within, getting lost in its blasphemous and sexual customs. Pleasures of this world are soon not enough. The cultists, following Victor's visions, attempt to enter Lusst'ghaa - the Land of Ecstasy beyond the borders of our reality.
Lust from Beyond is coming to PC (via Steam) in Q4 2020.
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