Remothered: Broken Porcelain is a third-person survival horror game releasing this October. It was initially delayed from an August release, as developer Stormind Games needed more time to polish the game ahead of launch. As it turns out, the team didn’t need quite as much time as it had thought, as the release has been moved forward a week.
That means that Remothered: Broken Porcelain now drops Oct. 13 instead of Oct. 20. Stormind Games will brings the scares early, if you so desire. Remothered: Broken Porcelain acts as both a prequel and a sequel to its predecessor, Remothered: Tormented Fathers. Publisher Modus Games said that whilst releasing games earlier is uncommon, there was a reason behind it.
Shane Bierwith, EVP of global marketing at Modus, said, “While moving dates forward isn’t common, we’d like to allow horror fans to get their hands on Broken Porcelain early so players can have more time to experience all the great games releasing around Halloween.” Seems like a good enough reason to us!
Back in August, when the game was supposed to release, Stormind Games revealed a new trailer. It showed off the game’s setting, a secluded mountainside hotel shrouded in mystery. Some of the game’s main enemies cropped up too, and it looked pretty creepy.
Remothered: Broken Porcelain launches Oct. 13, and sister site The Escapist has a preview up about what you can expect from the spooky game.