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Modus Games promised new game reveals at Gamescom 2019, and that is exactly what we are getting as they announce the unveiling of Remothered: Broken Porcelain.

Releasing on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch, and PC in 2020, Broken Porcelain is the second instalment in the cult saga by Darril Arts – and was previously known as Remothered: Going Porcelain with a promise of a 2019 release – but now we have a name change and a new release year, as the series follows on from Remothered: Tormented Fathers from 2018.

Following in those footsteps won’t be an easy task, but Broken Porcelain promises endless chills as it takes players on an all-new psychological thrill ride. With the development team at Stormind Games behind it, Broken Porcelain will see us checking into the Ashmann Inn, a decrepit ruin rife with secrets, danger, and curious patrons. It is here where horror fans will get to grapple with perplexing puzzles as they make themselves at home. But the Ashmann Inn’s ancient halls are teeming with more than just mystery – expect to stumble upon terrifying hunters which roam the building… knowing when to slip by undetected or face fear head-on will be a critical skill for guests keen on surviving their stay.

With the success of Tormented Fathers, it’s obvious that Remothered: Broken Porcelain’s cast will see returning fan favourites, as well as all-new personalities inspired by iconic protagonists within the horror genre. The promise of evolved gameplay, a hugely expanded lore for the Remothered universe, and enhanced storytelling through the debut of real-time cinematics, will see Remothered: Broken Porcelain’s haunting world offering an engrossing experience to horror fiends and newcomers alike.

Make sure you check out the announcement trailer for Remothered: Broken Porcelain on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC, and then hold tight for further development news and a confirmed release date nearer the time.

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