The Forest, that survival horror game that tore up Steam charts earlier this year, is also coming to the PS4, Sony announced today. Here's the announcement trailer.
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Forest Sharks: The Forest, that survival horror game with cannibalistic mutants, just got a big 'ol update with lots of fixes, changes and bug-squashing. The update includes stuff like sharks and a more dramatic scene involving your son, Timmy. Neat.
Building traps and learning how to handle mutant cannibals is key to surviving The Forest. And as it turns out, you can use those traps to take cannibals on a wild ride, too.
While The Forest hasn't been in early access for very long, players already have lots to say about the hot new survival horror game that's tearing up the Steam charts. Turns out, despite the mystery and occasional gruesomeness, there's also a lot of hilarity to be found in The Forest.
Let me tell you a little story about my adventure trying to stay alive in The Forest, a fantastic new open world survival game that is currently the top-selling game on Steam.
Open-world survival horror game The Forest is coming to Steam Early Access on May 22. I usually stay away from horror games but this one looks so good, I might just give it a try. On a weekend morning. When there's plenty of light and everyone's awake. Maybe. Anyway, above is the game's third trailer. Pretty amazing.
It's just a normal day in the world of open-world horror-survival game The Forest. Wake up, admire the scenery, get friendly with some critters, cut some wood. Craft a grotesque effigy to attract nightmarish mutants from the forest's depths. Y'know, the usual.
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Open-world horror isn't the easiest thing to do right. Horror relies on timing, and open-world games put so much control in the hands of the player that the scares are usually the first thing to go.