Announced a little less than a year ago, MADISON is a new first-person horror game. Expected by fans of the genre, it has aroused a lot of interest with its previous trailers, showing a dark and chilling atmosphere. On the occasion of the IGN Summer of Gaming the title unveiled a new trailer while sharing bad news.
Here's a reminder of what to expect from MADiSON when it launches on Switch: “What would you do if you woke up locked in a dark room, with your hands covered in blood – your sister and mother massacred? MADiSON is an immersive and terrifying first-person psychological horror game, featuring disturbing gameplay and an unsettling and compelling narrative. With the help of a ‘possessed’ instant camera, connect the human world with the beyond. Solve puzzles, explore your surroundings and most importantly, survive. Throughout your journey you are haunted by MADiSON, the ghost of an evil murderer, who is forcing you to continue a gory ritual started decades ago and commit abominable acts.”
The horror will wait for the beginning of July After several postponements, MADISON was originally scheduled for the end of June. Finally, we will have to wait a little longer: don’t panic, the title is only a few days off, and is now scheduled for July 8. This postponement is accompanied by a new trailer which shows us several scenes supposed to make our hairs stand on end.
The mood seems under control in this first-person horror game. The developers’ goal is to offer us a psychological adventure that focuses on immersion. To reinforce this feeling of oppression, we will have a camera where we will have to take pictures, develop them and solve various puzzles.
MADISON will be released on PC, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series and should be entitled to a physical version on consoles. The release date is now set for July 8.