Glitch Games, developer of All That Remains and The Forgotten Room, has begun to tease their fans about their next thrilling, psychological experience. The up and comer, which is planned to be out later this year, is entitled, Veritas.
The game will be a narrative-driven piece played from a 1st person POV. The story starts off with the player waking up in a small room with no memory of what happened the day before. The one thing you do remember is agreeing to be a part of a study, which you’re now regretting.
One of the standout features of the game will be a new, innovative camera function which allows for everything to be photographed. Players will also be able to make notes on the images they collect, which will help tremendously when it comes to puzzle solving.
Veritas will also include a huge amount of “head scratchers,” an intriguing world to explore, a memorable soundtrack, an auto-save function, and a gripping storyline.
The game will release on mobile and PC. A trailer and more information should be coming in the near future.
Here’s a sneak peek via a few in-game screenshots.
Sources: Game Press, Glitch Games