AGONY Release Date Announced

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Developer Madmind Games and publisher Maximum Games are excited to announce the launch date for AGONY as May 29th. The hellish survival-horror game is coming to the PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4. Preorders are now available for those excitedly waiting for the game. AGONY throws you into the depths of hell as a tormented soul with no memories of your past. The one thing you’ve got going for you is gaining the ability to control others, and that includes possessing demons!

It should be noted that some things had to be cut from the console version to get an M rating from the ESRB. However, the PC version will have a patch to restore the cut content. For a limited time, the game’s Kickstarter backers can change their version of choice if they so choose. Here is the AGONY teaser trailer:


According to today’s press release, you will need to solve the riddle of the Red Goddess, the mysterious entity that created the pit of pain and sorrow you now find yourself in. Unfortunately for you, she is the only entity who knows how one might escape this hellhole. However, there is more to the story than just this.

Since it was first announced, AGONY has been featured on numerous “Most anticipated Horror Games 2018” lists. The Kickstarter-funded title not only has a full story mode, but also adds an open challenge system. This mode pits players against randomly generated levels, where they must survive and explore to attain better high scores.

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