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Nightmares become real in Ad Infinitum 


Ad Infinitum on Xbox might be a nightmare

With your family home on one side, and the trenches of World War 1 on the other, the nightmares found in Ad Infinitum are most definitely real. 

The nightmares are real

Ad Infinitum on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC is available right now. And yes, that does mean you can play ahead of the official street release. Set to launch for real on September 14th, should you go about paying out for the Nightmare Edition of Ad Infinitum you’ll find full access to the game some 48 hours early. That means you can play today. Right now. 

Dip in and you’ll discover a nightmarish affair in which you are left to try and put together the fragments of your past, all in hope of getting some control on your life. But playing the role of a German soldier who has been haunted by the past, you’ll fast discover that a cycle of suffering is in place. 

From there, dreams merge with reality, the most haunting of thoughts become real. Can you break out of that cycle? Can you bring your family back together? Riddles, puzzles, secrets and more await in Ad Infinitum. 

Key features

You may wish to know more about the key features found in Ad Infinitum. And that’s lucky becaise we’ve got them listed right below. 

  • BREAK THE CYCLE – Will the nightmare of the war ever end? Will you find inner peace one day? In Ad Infinitum, you play as a German soldier haunted by the horrors of the Great War. While your mind grapples with memories of your family home and the trenches on the front, you try to break the endless cycle of suffering.
  • BETWEEN A DREAM AND REALITY – You wake up in your bedroom, unchanged from your teenage years, in a run-down and deserted manor house. Suddenly and inexplicably, you are transported to the trenches where the horrors of war are overshadowed by vile and even more terrifying creatures. Unable to distinguish between reality and nightmare, you must fight to regain control of your life’s narrative.
  • NIGHTMARES THAT BECOME REAL – Unspeakable nightmares come to life in the recesses of your mind. To escape the death traps and terrifying creatures, you must understand the source and motivation of each monster and solve the puzzles that stand in your way. From blind demons who can hear your softest footsteps to hideous disjointed puppets who move in the dark, horror is around every corner.
  • A FAMILY TORN APART – The fallout of the war is felt far from the front. Peel back the shroud that hides the secrets of your family, torn apart by the Great War, and try to remember your past. Through exploration and by solving riddles and puzzles between the walls of your home and the barbed wire of No Man’s Land, you ultimately reveal a chapter in the story of a German family torn apart by war.

Play Ad Infinitum Early

As mentioned, Ad Infinitum is due to release for real on September 14th 2023. If you’re happy to wait until then, the Standard Edition should be the version for you. You’ll find that on the Xbox Store for £34.99

But should you need access right now, the Ad Infinitum Nightmare Edition will be more to your liking. That one is priced at £44.99. Yes, it’s a little bit more. But you will have full access to the base game, the official soundtrack and the official artbook. And you’ll have it all some 48 hours ahead of others. It’s up to you to decide whether that is worth the extra cash or not. 

Whichever you decide, note that Ad Infinitum is a new-gen only game. This one is playable on Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5 and PC. But that does mean you won’t be able to play on Xbox One or PlayStation 4. 

Ad Infinitum on Xbox Game Description

Trapped between the walls of your family home and the trenches of World War I, you try to piece together your past and take back control of your life.

Neil Watton
Neil Wattonhttps://www.thexboxhub.com/
An Xbox gamer since 2002, I bought the big black box just to play Oddworld: Munch's Oddysee. I have since loved every second of the 360's life and am now just as obsessed with the Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S - mostly with the brilliant indie scene that has come to the fore. Gamertag is neil363, feel free to add me to your list.
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