Survival Horror ‘The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters’ Gets Spooky Live-Action Trailer

Indie game publisher Headup and Korean developer Devespresso Games have unveiled a new live-action trailer for The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters, an atmospheric story-driven survival horror game scheduled for release on PC-via Steam in Q1 2020 with Early Access starting on November 7.

The hauntingly good live-action trailer features Lee Heejae from Aighty9, a K-pop dance troupe, and transforms Minho Kim’s in-game hand-illustrated visuals into real-life settings that capture the moment when familiar surroundings transform into something darker and more sinister.

In addition to the new trailer, Devespresso Games is holding ‘The Coma Moment’, a competition calling on fans to submit the moment when they got really spooked out. Winners of the competition will receive a free invite to the Early Access build. More details are available on Devespresso’s homepageSteam PageDiscord, Twitter, and Facebook.

The Coma 2: Vicious Sisters is a hand-illustrated game that takes place after the events of The Coma. For The Coma 2, players will be able to travel out of the school and into the surrounding district. During the story, Mina Park wakes up in her school at night and realizes that something isn’t right about her surroundings. After attempting to find her barrings, she realizes that she is being pursued by someone or something that resembles her English teacher. In order to survive, Mina must try her best to find a way out of this nightmare.

Try your best not to get scared as you watch the live-action trailer below:

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Brad Crespo

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