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The Blackout Club Is The Perfect Horror Game For Fans Of Stranger Things

If you’re a gamer and a fan of the popular Netflix series ‘Stranger Things’, then there’s a new co-op horror game that may be right up your alley.

‘The Blackout Club’ has a premise that will remind many fans of the Netflix hit of the show itself.

Set in a small rural town, teens teaming up to launch an investigation the disappearance of their friend when the adults refuse to recognize the strange things going on.

Each teen will have their own play style, individually unique, and the game will allow you to level up to gain added skills and abilities.

Here is the synopsis:

Set in a small town with a monstrous secret, The Blackout Club follows a group of teens who band together after learning they’ve all been temporarily losing consciousness – waking up in strange places with no memory of what they have done. Recently, one of their closest friends vanished entirely. When none of their parents, teachers, or even the police are willing to believe them, the friends launch an investigation. Together they will discover a maze of tunnels – a hostile underworld filled with hypnotic music and populated by a clandestine group of adults – all beneath their seemingly idyllic suburbs.

Question, the development team behind the game is looking to create something unique for Playstation, Xbox one and PC when it launches later in 2018.

Question’s co-founder Jordan Thomas said the following in a recent press release:

“In The Blackout Club, the horror genre comes home. Our story is about vulnerable heroes — for whom co-op gameplay is a matter of survival — who unite to save their friends. We love expressive systems, where you shape the game experience as you see fit, often versus a whole ecosystem of intelligent threats. And now, they’re right next door – in a familiar, modern town, where the monster wears a human face. We can’t wait for you to meet it.”


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