A New PC First Person Horror Game Set in Berlin’s Subway

Posted by at 11:05 am on September 11, 2013

U55U55 – END OF THE LINE is a first-person survival horror adventure set in the subway system of modern-day Berlin. The game will be developed for Windows. Sticking to the tried and true lore created by H.P. LOVECRAFT,

With their Kickstarter campaign, the creators aim for an immersive urban horror experience on an unprecedented scale. they want to recreate the classic “cosmic horror” setting of diabolical entities breaking into reality and bring it to life with the help of subliminal sounds. What humanity believes to be regulated by the laws of nature is only true until nameless forces start swaying over the world.

In the story-driven game, you play as David, an American student living in Berlin. While he is on his way to the central station to meet his girlfriend, his subway train crashes. In order to find a way out, he has to navigate through the dark with the smartphone display as his only source of light.

The game features binaural sound effects especially intended for stereo headsets. These are designed to support the disturbing, adrenaline-driven atmosphere and enhance your perception. The game faithfully recreates Berlin’s original sites, such as subway stations, parts of the government district, and the central station.

As a stretch goal U55 is hoping to include full Oculus Rift support.

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