Paranoid’s Latest Trailer Is Both Intriguing And Unsettling

Paranoid’s Latest Trailer Is Both Intriguing And Unsettling

Madmind Studio, the…madminds behind horror games Agony and Succubus has dropped a new trailer for its upcoming 80s psychological horror game Paranoid. The trailer titled Voices sees the game’s protagonist Patrick Calman, who suffers from a mental illness, struggling with the voices in his head as they start to overwhelm him.

Here is the game’s synopsis:

The game tells the story of Patrick Calman, a 31-year-old man who has lost his entire family under mysterious circumstances. His parents died violently, and his sister went suddenly missing. Trauma associated with the loss of his loved ones destroyed Patrick’s psyche. His own apartment became his prison.

One day Patrick gets a call, and the voice on the phone seems to belong to his sister. Thirteen years after the disappearance, she announces her comeback. To learn the truth about everything, Patrick will have to leave his secluded life, exposing himself to horrible experiences that will put him on the verge of madness.

Madmind says that the game is being made with next-gen hardware in mind and will support raytracing and 4K resolutions. No word on a release date has been given, but Madmind’s CEO Tomek Dutkiewicz told me back in September that work on Paranoid will ramp up after the release of Succubus.

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