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Jan 11, 2017 11:36 AM EST

‘Husk: There Is No Place Like Home’ Update: New Trailer Uncovered Mysterious Plot; Gameplay Taps Domestic Violence [VIDEO]


"Husk" just dropped a new trailer ahead of its release date slated on Feb. 3. Entitled "There is No Place Like Home," the game trailer expounded the storyline each player must look out for. In the trailer, a look back at the main player's past. At the background, we can hear the chilling voice narrating a story of a violence-gnarled home.

The "Husk's intro features a snippet of an isolated home nested in a seemingly abandoned forest. The narrator, his mother, and his father take part of the beginning of the storyline and as the plot progressed, another character is implied to have partaken in an unprecedented event. The father was told to be laying on the floor bleeding while the mother ran off to aid him. Then the narrator who is identifiably speaking as the narrator holds up the last gunshot.

"Husk's will leave you clueless and as the trailer's title suggest something must have happened between the family members. However, this is yet to transpire when the game arrives next month. Meanwhile, this thriller game is claimed to be a first-person perspective game instead of a first-person shooter, according to PC Gamer. Meaning, "Husk" would bring players in a realistic exploration tapping the elements of Alan Wake, Silent Hill, and Twin Peaks storylines.

According to COG News, Łukasz Noculak, the main man behind Undead Studios' thriller game, "Husk's newest trailer revealed some secrets hidden from the main plot. Taking on the elements of disturbing horror, the team tapped painful real life stories. Noculak has declined to reveal more about the storyline and asked the excited fans to uncover the holes within the game.

"Husk" is set to be released on February 3, 2017 for PC. The game will be distributed through Steam and other digital platform. It will also arrive in select retail stores near you.

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