New Blood Interactive released a new trailer for the Airdorf Games-developed adventure horror game Faith: The Unholy Trinity, coming soon to PC-via Steam. There’s currently a demo available to play on the Steam page now.
The trailer highlights Faith: Chapter III, which is a story where a young priest travels to the countryside to stop a Satanic cult from summoning a powerful demon.
There are three chapters in the collection, probably why it’s called a “Trinity.” Anyway, the game centers around these three stories that deal with satanic situations after an event on September 21, 1986, where two priests arrived at the Martin Family home to investigate demonic possession. In this story, only two people walked out of that home alive.
Faith: The Unholy Trinity is a pixel horror game inspired by 8-bit gaming with some Atari 2600 vibes to it. Players adventure through environments using their holy crucifix to perform exorcisms, fight back against possessed cultists, and cleanse haunted objects.
Faith: Chapter I takes players to the house where the exorcism took place and went wrong a year after the event. Faith: Chapter II continues the story with a new nightmare that evolves from the narrative.
We’ll keep you updated on the release and development of Faith: The Unholy Trinity.
For now, check out the new preview trailer below:
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