PQube released a new trailer for the Kemco developed psychological horror visual novel, Raging Loop, coming to PlayStation 4 and Nintendo Switch in Europe on October 18 and in North America on October 22. The publisher also announced that the game will receive a PC release via Steam on December 5 worldwide.
The trailer focuses on the horror aspect of the game and systems that players will be able to use. One of the features in the game is a flowchart that is accessible at any point during the game. This will keep the player organized after their choices lead them on branching paths. During gameplay, an event can occur where Haruaki will need to make a decision. The wrong choice can lead to death, but then the game will tell you during a replay that that is a death branch by using a symbol of a skull.
There is also a separate mode called Revelation Mode where players can access additional scenes highlighted in red to show the inner thoughts of a character.
Raging Loop follows a story that takes place in the secluded Japanese village of Yasumizu. A heavy mist has begun to surround the town, which makes it impossible to leave. If that wasn’t bad enough, ancient gods have come back to life to hunt the villagers down one by one. Their feast has begun and the villagers must do anything they can to escape.
Additionally, the publisher revealed a Day One edition of the game, which includes a 100-page art book full of illustrations and character bios.
You can check out the gameplay trailer below:
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