Post Trauma Launches for PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC This Fall

We’ve got some crazy news for survival horror fans out there. Raw Fury and Red Soul Games are dropping their new Post Trauma game this fall. If you’re into Resident Evil or Silent Hill, you will want to keep an eye on this one.

So, this game was announced in 2022. The game has been hyping everyone simply because it’s bringing back classic fixed camera angles that made old-school horror games so d*** scary. None of this over-the-shoulder stuff, this is the real deal, just like the classics.

They just showed off a new gameplay trailer at the Guerrilla Collective showcase, and it looks sick. The trailer’s short, but it’s got everything: creepy story bits, terrifying environments, some messed-up enemies, and even a sneak peek at the combat and puzzles. If you haven’t seen it yet, watch it now.

And guess what? Raw Fury finally told us what platforms it’s coming to. When Post Trauma drops this fall, it’ll be available on PS5, Xbox Series X/S, and PC. So, you’re good to go no matter what you’re playing on.

It’s awesome to see an indie game dev stepping up to the plate. Indie games often bring something new and exciting to the table, and Post Trauma looks like it’s gonna deliver big time.

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