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Blumhouse Games Debuts Six Horror-Themed Titles at Summer Game Fest

Blumhouse Games Debuts Six Horror-Themed Titles at Summer Game Fest


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Blumhouse has spent years bringing the supernatural and the deranged to the big screen, and now Blumhouse Games is bringing that ethos to the gaming sphere.

The company revealed six horror-themed video games on Friday that are set to debut later in 2024 and beyond. Created in partnership with independent designers from across the globe, the games were announced during Blumhouse Games’ presentation at the Summer Game Fest from the YouTube Theater in Hollywood Park.

As part of the presentation, the team for Blumhouse Games, which launched last year, debuted a trailer for the forthcoming projects that can be seen below. Summer Game Fest features more than 55 top game companies and partners celebrating the future of the space in front of a live audience.

“We’re blown away by the teams who are creating our first slate of games, and truly couldn’t be more proud to partner with strong, independent game creators who are bringing unique ideas to the horror genre,” Blumhouse Games president Zach Wood said in a statement. “Our upcoming titles represent standout storytelling, inventive play styles, and fresh approaches to scary stories, created by game developers who are deeply passionate about horror.”

Blumhouse founder and CEO Jason Blum added that the gaming division feels like a return to the company’s roots. “But this time fans can get in on the action, and immerse themselves in the Blumhouse world,” Blum continued. “I’m proud of the team and we hope this first slate of games will entertain, thrill and terrify players, and we will have more in store for fans soon.”

Among the games teased in the presentation was Fear the Spotlight from developer Cozy Game Pals. Launching this year, the game centers on two teens sneaking into a school after hours and learning about a tragedy that took place decades ago.

Sleep Awake comes from developer Eyes Out and game designers Cory Davis (Spec Ops: The Line) and Robin Finck (Nine Inch Nails). The first-person psychedelic horror game takes place in the distant future and follows Katja as she deals with dangerous otherworldly forces.

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