Feardemic, the publisher of horror games like DARQ and Dark Fracture, has announced the date and lineup for Fear Fest 2022. The event will be broadcast on Feardemic’s YouTube channel on March 15th, 2022. Voice actor Hunter Peterson, known for his work on the SCP Explained series, is hosting.
Are you a fan of horror games? If you said yes, then this is the event for you. Take a look at the Fear Fest teaser trailer below.
Fear Fest presents an opportunity for Feardemic to show off its roster of upcoming titles. In addition, there will be deep dives into each of the development studios. You’ll hear straight from the creators regarding the creative process behind the games they make.
Fear Fest 2022 lineup
Four horror titles are on the docket for the event.
Dark Fracture is a psychological horror experience in which you’ll explore an ever-changing world. The unkind reality of the body farm and a world of horrors inspired by the works of H.R. Giger collide. The game’s prologue came out to an enormously warm reception. Bloody Disgusting named it as one of their most anticipated horror games. Dark Fracture will release later this year, but if you can’t wait, you can try a free prologue chapter here.
In Cosmic: A Journey Among Shadows, players control Cosmic, a cute yet mischievous being who lost his best friend – his own shadow. The game takes place in a multilayered universe. As a result, the universe’s rules are dictated by light and shadow. Cosmic must fight through space and time, together with the shadow of a much larger beast.
Terror: Endless Night is a turn-based strategy game from the former Frostpunk 2 developers. The game takes you aboard a rescue ship looking for the Royal Navy vessels HMS Terror and HMS Erebus. The two ships disappeared while on a mission to cross under the south pole. Trapped in the ice and with limited supplies, you will have to make hard choices to keep you and your crew alive.
DARQ is the surrealist horror adventure from the mind of composer Wlad Marhulets. DARQ tells the story of Lloyd, a young boy trapped in a lucid nightmare. Help him decipher the meaning of his dreams and find a way to escape from a nightmare he can’t wake up from.
But wait, there’s more!
In addition to new trailers and deep-dives into those games and studios, Feardemic will also show a new, surprise game.
Feardemic’s Fear Fest sounds like a must-see for horror fans. If you love being scared, be sure to check out the event on March 15th, 2022. More details about the event are coming soon.