If you’re into horror movies that can scare the sense of adventure out of you, you might like such games as well. Sker Ritual might be what you’re looking for, and the new trailer confirms that the players will get an experience that’s terrifying as hell.
Scheduled to release this year in October via Steam Early Access, as well as in Q1 2023 via 1.0 PC, PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X/S, and Xbox One, Sker Ritual is the round-based co-op survival FPS and also the spiritual successor to Maid of Sker.
In case you have the right courage, feel free to watch the game’s new trailer below:
If you’re willing to learn even more about the upcoming game, feel free to check out its presentation via Steam:
The Quiet Ones are back in this round-based survival shooter and spiritual successor to the award-winning British horror, Maid of Sker! Face hordes of new and familiar enemies, supercharged elites with unique supernatural powers, upgradeable steam-punk weapons, interchangeable spine-chilling masks and mysterious story objectives from writing talent behind Maid of Sker, Battlefield 1 and Total War: Rome II.
Oddly enough, the game will be compatible even with PCs running on Windows 7 if the list of minimum system requirements via Steam hasn’t been through any error. If you’re among those willing to run the game on a laptop or desktop computer, you must also keep in mind that you’ll need at least a processor such as Intel® Core™ i5-4460 or AMD FX™-6300.
8GB of RAM will also be enough, while the minimum accepted video card is also not some kind of UFO. It shall be enough if your rig has an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 or AMD Radeon R7 260x with 2GB VRAM.
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