In Fear I Trust Moves on to PC
It was announced by 1C, that it will make you face your fears with In Fear I Trust, a critically acclaimed first-person puzzle adventure and story-driven psychological thriller. In Fear I Trust has already made a successful debut on mobile platforms (iOS, Android), and is now headed to Windows on 20th September 2016 via Steam and other digital distribution services.
Check out the announcement trailer of In Fear I Trust, showcasing the games’ features:
“Set in Soviet Russia in the 1980s, over four suspenseful episodes In Fear I Trustgradually uncovers the story behind a secret experiment. All episodes will be released at the same time, and players can acquire them one by one or altogether in a digital bundle.
Each episode of In Fear I Trust takes players to one place and point in time in the life of Nikolay, now known as Patient #17, unraveling more about his past and the strange events and deaths that transpired around him. Using his special ability, Retrospective Vision, Nikolay can see beyond the walls of the present and deep into the past. There lie clues to both the puzzles ahead of him and the dark truth behind the secret experiment that set Nikolay off on this oppressive journey.
About the game
“The road to hell is paved with good intentions. I wanted a better life for my family and it was only a signature away. The ‘doctors’ told me the contract was just a formality. And now, locked up in this dark reeking cell, that’s really the only thing I remember…”
In Fear I Trust is a first-person psychological thriller that puts you in the role of Nikolay, now known as Patient #17, who one day wakes up in a small reeking cell. Suffering from severe memory loss and with a relentless urge to escape, your steps will lead you through an abandoned, decaying facility deep in the heart of Soviet Russia. Encountering many obstacles along the way, you’ll need to solve elaborate puzzles in order to obtain key items and documents, diaries and notes that will shed at least a faint streak of light on the dark mystery surrounding the whole ‘science’ experiment that got you here in the first place…”
For more information on In Fear I Trust, visit its Steam page.