When did you last go down to the woods? I bet it wasn’t like the experience you’ll be taking in with Through The Woods on Xbox One!

Available to purchase and download right now, Through The Woods rocks up on Xbox One, 18 months after it first launched on PC.

Created by the Norwegian indie team at Antagonist, Through The Woods is a third person psychological horror set on the western side of their home country. It tells the tale of a mother and her missing son, as you begin to get involved about the mother’s retelling of events surrounding his disappearance.

Heavily influenced by Norse mythology and the folk tales handed down over years of Norwegian history, you will find that Antagonist are attempting to recapture the forests as they saw it as children, delivering the most mysterious of feelings in the process.

The story should be the main focus of Through The Woods, but should you find it in yourself to make your way to the Microsoft Store and grab a download right now – £15.99 is all you need to find – will no doubt also be taken in by the haunting audio additions.

We can’t wait to head on down to through the woods. Will you join us?

Game Description:

Through the Woods is a third-person Norse horror adventure set in a forest on the western shores of Norway that tells the story of a mother and her missing son. Through reactive narration, the player experiences the mother’s re-telling of the events surrounding her son’s disappearance. Players follow the path of a terrified woman who has forced herself to enter this terrible place for the sole purpose of finding her son, in a setting heavily influenced by Norse mythology and Norwegian folk tales. With Through the Woods, Antagonist have captured the feeling of the forest as they saw it as children, with all the fear and mystery that comes from roaming through it alone. This is coupled with a powerful story and high quality sound design, which in the darkness of the forest becomes a core mechanic. Through the Woods is a profound experience that directly delivers the feelings of loneliness and loss in a terrifying place…

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