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Part 2 of True Fear: Forsaken Souls continues the hidden object horror tale

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Even though we thought that the Hidden Object scene was already sewn up by the Artifex Mundi team, when The Digital Lounge and Goblinz rocked up with True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 1, they proved that there was space for more. And that’s what we’ve got today as True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 arrives. 

Available to purchase and download right now from the likes of the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S, True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 follows on from the opening act to deliver more of the same – horror, Hidden Object desires and a ton of story-rich mystery moments. 

Priced at £7.99, True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is a longer tale than previous, running with twice the number of puzzles as before, whilst an improvement to the visual style should mean you’ll have a better time doing so. Expect to be treated to around twelve hours of Hidden Object gaming here, with a free demo opening up the first hour as a tease. 

So what exactly do we have in True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2? Well, it has us following Holly Stonehouse as she moves on from her family home to an old asylum – the Dark Falls Asylum. It’s this place which comes alive at night and only by collecting clues, uncovering secrets and hunting down items will Holly ever get to the bottom of what is going on, and have any chance of an escape. 

A game that asks as many questions as it answers, should you have played through and enjoyed True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 1, then getting involved in True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is possibly a bit of a no-brainer. You’ll find the download you need available over on the Xbox Store, with the game playable on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S. It’s probably on PS4, PS5 and PC too.

Stay tuned for our full review of True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 very soon. 

Game Description:

True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 2 is the sequel to one of the most captivating escape games, which won acclaim for its story and mysterious horror atmosphere. Please note, the game is a free demo for over an hour but requires payment to unlock the full 12-hour (on average) experience. True Fear: Forsaken Souls Part 1 is #3 on GamesRadar’s list “The 10 best hidden object games you can play right now”, and won praise for its “engrossing puzzle gameplay” and being an “impressively scream-worthy experience”. We’ve built on our experience making a story-rich, mystery-filled, horror escape game to craft a better and significantly longer adventure sequel. Holly Stonehouse followed the clues from her old family house to ultimately arrive at Dark Falls Asylum and see once again that someone was already there, waiting for her. However, this time she is no longer an observer, and what is following her is no longer just a shadow – the danger is real and the asylum comes alive at night. By collecting clues, perusing notes and photographs, unlocking devious puzzles and piecing together complex sequences of actions, help Holly escape the night and find the answers. Was her mother crazy or was there really another sister? Did her mother commit suicide? How could Dahlia “come back” after the fire, and who or what is the terrifying thing that Holly saw at Heather’s house and that has followed her ever since? True Fear: Forsaken Souls is a trilogy, and Part 2 – which is longer and has twice the puzzles and even better graphics – will not disappoint! If you are new to the series, please try the free demo!

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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