UPDATE: IGN has released gameplay footage of the first 11 minutes from Bloober Team and Lionsgate Games Blair Witch title. The footage above showcases exploration of the forest and our protagonist looking for a lost boy. Blair Witch is set to release August 30 for PC and Microsoft Xbox One.
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ORIGINAL UPDATE (August 20, 2019): Bloober Team and Lionsgate Games shared another trailer for its upcoming Blair Witch, this time pulling the blanket on the game’s story on top of new gameplay footage. According to the developers, the newest reveal “gives players a look into the original story of Blair Witch via never-before-seen gameplay, flashbacks and eerie visions that plague Ellis as he ventures deeper into the Black Hills Forest.” As the character makes his way to the infamous house, he begins to feel the full effects of the surroundings and may end up committing actions he’ll be unable to reverse.
Watch the new trailer below. Blair Witch drops August 30 for PC and Microsoft Xbox One.
ORIGINAL STORY (July 30, 2019): After its announcement at Microsoft’s E3 2019 panel, developers Bloober Team along with Lionsgate Games have revealed a gameplay trailer for Blair Witch. The one-and-a-half-minute long visual is a compressed first look at the upcoming first-person psychological horror game, exhibiting a number of important details to help the player through their journey into Black Hills Forrest.
Aside from the usual item pick-up, it seems like the player will be able to utilize an old mobile phone. Phone service dies at one point in the trailer, but it might have additional use aside from calls. Interaction with the main character’s dog, Bullet, is also featured in the trailer; Bullet will respond to five different commands, including “Seek” and digging in certain areas of the woods. The demonic entity also makes a very quick appearance, adding to the already creepy vibe of the whole game.
Blair Witch drops August 30 for PC and Microsoft Xbox One.
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- Bloober Team