Horror Thiller In Sound Mind Drops Surreal New Trailer

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Developer We Create Stuff and publisher Modus Games just dropped a brand new story trailer for their first-person, psychological horror thriller, In Sound Mind. Players will step into the shoes of Dr. Desmond. He is a psychologist trying to somehow understand the strange events now haunting Milton Haven. In his search for clues about what’s going on, he returns to archived sessions of some of his now deceased patients. Unfortunately, the tapes yield new, surreal mysteries more than answers! While the game unfortunately won’t be available in time for Halloween, they also dropped a demo today, allowing players to check out the first tape. Here is the brand new In Sound Mind story trailer:

 

Players will find themselves up against the unpredictable dangers that lie hidden in memories. Seemingly simple recollections get twisted into terrifying encounters, mind-bending scenes, and you may even meet a strange talking cat.

You may know We Create Stuff as the people behind the Nightmare House 2 mod. You can find out more about In Sound Mind at its official website. As previously mentioned, the game won’t be available in time for Halloween, as it is set to launch for PC, Xbox Series X, and PlayStation 5 next year. In the meantime, you can check it out early with the newly released demo on Steam.

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