Role-playing horror? We’re not really sure we want to be playing MOTHERED even though it’s now released on Xbox.
Available to purchase, download and play right now on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S is MOTHERED; or, if we’re throwing the full title out there, MOTHERED – A Role-Playing Horror Game.
It’s priced at £8.39 (launch discount drops that down if you’re quick) and comes from the Dolores Entertainment team as they look to send Xbox players off on an all-new horror experience. It’s one that sees you following the life of Liana, a girl who has arrived back at the family home after having undergone some major surgery.
The thing is, as you open the door, you expect to see your mother greeting you. Instead, in MOTHERED you discover a strange mannequin in her place, claiming to be your parent. It’ll be up to you to spend time with this mannequin, chatting in order to uncover the secrets that are ready to unfold.
Your goal will be to get things back to how they used to be, ensuring that mistakes of the past are not repeated.
MOTHERED – A Role-Playing Horror Game works via a first-person viewpoint, delivering the horror as you point and click your way around the world. It’s this combination which ensures that MOTHERED is a super eerie affair, one that may just keep you up at night.
If you can handle the scares, enjoy the thrills and think nothing of these full-on horror experiences, you’ll find the download of MOTHERED – A Role-Playing Horror Game that you need over at the Xbox Store. It’s playable on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, fully optimised for the new-gen consoles.
MOTHERED is a first-person horror adventure game with point-and-click mechanics, set in a familiar yet eerily unnatural depiction of home. Set over the course of seven days, you play the role of LIANA – a young girl who’s arrived home to stay with her mother after having undergone major surgery. Upon arriving at your new home, all you find is a strange mannequin who claims to be your mother. Through speaking with this mannequin, you will discover more about the role you play in this world. Can Liana help mother go back to the things they were, or will you find yourself repeating past mistakes?