Midnight Murder Club Launching This Year

A tense new FPS party game of hide and seek awaits with the release of Velan Studios’ Midnight Murder Club later this year.

In this title, players will be able to join their friends in a game of perception, deception, and shooting skill. Players will be able to choose between the safety of darkness and flicking on their flashlight at the risk of danger.

Modes in Midnight Murder Club include classic free-for-all and team deathmatch, alongside multiple objective-based modes that require more delicate thought and strategy.

Learn more with the Midnight Murder Club announcement trailer below:

Midnight Murder Club Announce Trailer

Eric Feurstein, Game Director, Velan Studios, said the following:

“With Midnight Murder Club, we started with a simple game jam idea of a shooter in the dark and we quickly realized that we had something unique. By playing with light, dark and sound, we’re able to offer a riveting gameplay experience that keeps players’ adrenaline pumping. Playing in pitch darkness is an immediately novel experience where you’re scared to turn your flashlight on for fear that someone will see it, but also don’t want to turn it off for fear of losing your way. You’ll strain your ears to hear footsteps in the darkness, calling out to the shadows, and dreading the response. These are the primal fears we are tapping into with Midnight Murder Club.”

Eric Feurstein

For those looking to learn more, be sure to check out the official Midnight Murder Club website and wishlist the title on Steam.

Source: Press Release

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