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Aftermath is a new survival horror game that pits players against an alien invasion

Developers One-O-One Games and Meta Publishing have lifted the curtain back on Aftermath, a new survival horror game due out next year. The player controls an astronaut who returns to Earth after a mission only to find the planet shut down by an alien invasion.

After a tumultuous return to Earth, protagonist Charlie Gray finds herself alone, emotionally broken, but driven by a single mission to locate her missing daughter. She is up against a terrifying extraterrestrial threat, namely an invisible hunter that watches her every move. Charlie must defeat this foe to survive while also facing more frontal threats like shivering undead zombie-like creatures in third-person over-the-shoulder combat. Charlie may not be a soldier, but she is a brilliant engineer, using those skills to create blueprints for tools by examining everyday objects. Think of her as a McGyver. As a survival game, managing Charlie’s nutrition, hydration and mental health is very important.

Aftermath’s presentation and foreboding atmosphere come courtesy of artist Alessandro Bavari, art designer for the show. Alien: Covenant. The soundtrack boasts original tracks from artists like Unkle, Planet Funk, and others.

If Aftermath piqued your interest, watch out when it launches in 2022 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, and PC.


What do you think of this Aftermath first look? Let us know in the comments section!

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