Betrayer is the new horror game from Blackpowder Games that takes place at the dawn of the New World. Join Dave Cook as he gets lost in a colonial nightmare, and tussles with some rather angry Spaniards.
Betrayer developer Blackpowder Games has published a new trailer for its eerie sandbox romp, giving a glimpse of a colonial American settlement gone horribly wrong. We’ve been playing the game, and we’ll have final impressions coming on Friday. As you’d expect from the former Monolith developers who had a hand in F.E.A.R. it’s quite creepy.
Betrayer developer Blackpowder Games has announced it horror FPS sandbox title is leaving Steam Early Access. The studio, comprised of ex-Monolith team members, decided to go with a monochrome visual style initially, but according to PC Gamer, the style is now optional. Betrayer will see a full release on March 24.
Betrayer developer Blackpowder Games has released its monochrome FPS sandbox title on Steam Early Access. Get in quick for a discount!
Betrayer is the debut project from the former Monolith developers behind F.E.A.R. and No One Lives Forever that make up Blackpowder Games. It’s a noir-esque FPS set in a monochromatic depiction of colonial Virginia.