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Layers of Fear 2 Officially Announced

Layers of Fear 2 is set for release next year.

Bloober Team announced Layers of Fear 2 today, a sequel to their 2016 horror game, Layers of Fear. The game releases sometime in 2019. A press release for the game revealed that Gun Media, publisher of Friday the 13th, will be publishing the game. Alongside that, the game will be narrated by Tony Todd. Todd has appeared in films such as Final Destination and Night of the Living Dead.

The President of Gun Media, Wes Keltner, gave a statement about the partnership.

“This collaboration between Gun and Bloober team is a perfect pairing. Our collective passion for crafting memorable and terrifying experiences lines up so well, and both teams have an encyclopedic knowledge of horror. Add in the fact that the iconic Tony Todd is lending his commanding voice to this project, and I truly think we are creating a new masterpiece here.”

The CEO of Bloober Team, Piotr Babieno, also released a statement about the announcement.

“Revealing Layers of Fear 2 alongside the horror aficionados at Gun Media is an unprecedented moment. This partnership secures a passion for horror not yet seen on the market and puts a seal of quality on the game, to which no horror fan should remain indifferent.”

A reveal trailer was also released today by Gun Media.

What is Layers of Fear 2?

Layers of Fear was a best seller in 2016 across multiple platforms, winning industry accolades. We reviewed it when it released and called it “a finely-tuned psychological horror.”

Set on a desolate ship, Layers of Fear 2 will rely on the claustrophobic, ever-changing environments to keep players in the dark. You will never know what horror to expect around every corner or through every door. The feeling of uneasiness and terror will be enhanced by influences from classic cinematography ranging from the experimental works of Georges Méliès to the twists and turns used by Alfred Hitchcock.

Are you excited for Layers of Fear 2? What did you think about the first game?