Spanish Indie studio, Abramelin Games in conjunction with Sony Interactive Spain have announced that their survival horror game, Injection π-23 is heading for a digital only PS4 release. Created as pat of the Playstation Talents program, Injection Injection π-23 has been in development by José Antonio Muriel, musician and developer since 2014.

Injection π-23 tells the story of a recluse, who shied away from the rest of the society, believing that all other human beings are a threat.  Set in a lonely remote part of Spain, the player as the recluse, will have to solve puzzles, and explore remote mysterious locations, as he struggles to survive against dark and mysterious creatures.

It pays tribute to old-school survival horror games such as Silent Hill, Resident Evil and Alone in the Dark, and not only includes a number of different camera angles, including first and third person, but also a whole load of discoverable content, found by exploring the town.

Key Features

  • Explore a real town in Southern Spain through the eyes of a solitary, recluse on the verge of madness
  • Solve puzzles and riddles to unlock the mysteries of the town
  • Four view cameras to choose from, including first and third person
  • Enjoy a look-back to old-school survival horror games such as Resident Evil, Silent Hill and Alone in the Dark

Injection π-23 will be released for the PS4 as a digital download from the Playstation Store on May 23rd for around $9.99.

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