The horror game Martha is Dead is presented with a chilling video breakthrough [VIDEO]

This adventure will face the horror in Tuscany in 1944, during the Second World War.

The authors of The Town of Light have presented a first video preview of Martha is Dead, a horror adventure for PC that proposes us to solve a chilling crime in Tuscany in 1944, in the middle of World War II. It is not the only novelty offered by the independent company LKA, which also confirms that its new work will go on the sale next year 2020.

For now, the exact moment of Martha is Dead’s release has not been finalized, but they do offer some brushstrokes of what we can find in this horror game. History places us in the beautiful region of Tuscany, where the body of a young woman has been found desecrated. In the skin of his twin sister, daughter of a German soldier, we will have to solve the mystery after his cruel death.

Martha is Dead makes use of advanced texturing techniques to create a photorealistic representation of the scenarios, also relying on the increasingly common technique of ray tracing. About history, it seems that the premise of LKA’s previous work will continue, deepening psychological terror from a very narrative and cinematographic perspective.

“In LKA we want to tell stories that take the limit of your imagination while we use elements of the real world that provide more realism to the narrative,” said the founder of the studio and creative director of this promising Martha is Dead.

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