New trailer showcases the eerie puzzles players will solve
Walnut Creek, Calif. (September 8, 2021) – Modus Games today released a new trailer for the upcoming psychological horror game In Sound Mind that walks players through many of the puzzles and environments they’ll encounter as they dive into the psyches of varied individuals
As therapist Desmond Wales begins to search through his patients’ minds, he must uncover what links them all together and find the truth of what has happened to the town of Milton Haven before he himself becomes a victim of his own mind. In Sound Mind will be available on PC, PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X on September 28. The Nintendo Switch version will be available later this year.
Willing victims can download the demo and wishlist the game on Steam if they’re ready to face the terrors that lurk within: https://store.steampowered.com/app/1119980/In_Sound_Mind/
In Sound Mind is a first-person psychological horror experience which pits players against the unpredictable dangers stirring within memories. Created by the team behind the legendary Nightmare House 2 mod, In Sound Mind twists seemingly simple recollections into shocking encounters with terrifying threats, unbelievable scenes, and a mysterious talking cat for good measure.
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About Modus Games
Modus Games is one of the fastest-growing video game publishers in the world. The label prides itself on providing AAA publishing services to talented independent developers across the globe. Modus Studios Brazil is a full-service development studio supporting creators of inspired interactive entertainment. For more information, visit www.modusgames.com.
About We Create Stuff
Founded in 2007, We Create Stuff is an award-winning indie game studio. The team previously created the hit horror series Nightmare House and popular puzzlers such as Portal: The Flash Version, with levels later acquired by Valve.