Monday, July 3, 2023

First Trailer for The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication Released [Trailer]

With console owners still waiting on the release of Softstar Entertainment’s The Bridge Curse: Road to Salvation, the developer/publisher has released the first trailer for the sequel, entitled The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication. The sequel is currently in development for PC via Steam, though no release date has been announced as of yet.

The Bridge Curse 2: The Extrication is described as a standalone sequel to The Bridge Curse: Road to Salvation, and is a reimagined adaptation of Lester Hsi‘s The Bridge Curse 2: Ritual, which is slated for release later this year. Centering this time on the haunted campus of Wen Hua University, the story concerns a group of students trying to attract new members to the film club. To do so, they’ve decided to hold a Carnival of Horror in the campus’ Da Ren building. The building just so happens to be rife with rumors of ghost sightings. The students plan on re-enacting a bizarre case that happened on campus decades ago and turning it into a horror movie. But, as these things go, strange things start to happen.

As in the previous game, players will be expected to evade the ghosts that are pursuing them, making use of the environment to either hide or distract the ghosts, all the while trying to find a way out of the building. Players will also be solving riddles and puzzles to uncover the truth behind the strange events, as well as finding key items and information that will lead to clues scattered around the campus.

Currently, The Bridge Curse: Road to Salvation is available now on Steam.

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