In Sound Mind Unveiled With Psychological Horror and Bombastic Soundtrack

During the PC Gaming Show 2020 showcase, Modus Games along with developer We Create Stuff announced their next psychological horror, In Sound Mind.

The trailer that debuted during the live stream features a montage of in-game scenes that seem to be typical in horror titles until we see supernatural activities like blinking red lights golfing the mountainside or erratic creature and floating doors at the edge of a cliff.

Modus Games describes the In Sound Mind as a witty first-person horror with frenetic puzzles unique boss fights inside the unsettling memories of your own mind.

In each memory players have to trudge through, there are unique puzzles, mechanics, weapons bringing different situations that the player has to solve. But luckily you are not alone, while navigating the nightmares, the player has a cat companion to keep them company.

In Sound Mind is being made my We Create Stuff, known for its fan-favorite Source engine mod Nightmare House 2. They have also created a Portal: The Flash Version, a 2D fan game inspired by the 2008 Valve title of the same name. The fan project was picked up by Valve and added as an additional map pack to the Portal game.

Modus and We Create Stuff have also partnered with The Living Tombstone, which has previously done fan remixes of game soundtracks like Five Nights at Freddie’s, Cuphead, and Kingdom hearts. The Living Tombstone is now creating original music for In Sound Mind, making each song unique for each memory and story.

In Sound Mind has a release year window of 2021 and is set to come out to PC, Steam, PlayStation 5, and Xbox Series X.

Please check out the announcement trailer below.

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Victor Aparicio

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