The Unholy Society Will be Released in Q2 of 2018
Fat Dog Games and CATastrophe Games presented a game that is reminiscent of your favorite horror movies, books and games, called The Unholy Society, and it’s hilarious. The reality in which the Werewolf King, the Great Old One, Satan and Sadako from The Ring establish a joint anti-world club, cannot be serious. The Unholy Society will be released in Q2 of 2018 and players can already add it to their Steam wishlist.
Check out the official teaser trailer of The Unholy Society, featuring a cinematic video:
“Life is lousy when you’re a preacher… erm um, an exorcist priest who must face the most iconic bad guys of the horror genre. Not only that, you’ve lost your memory and your skills. Jesus! Fortunately, you have your trusty dusty Bible, a sharp wooden stake, a revolver and the phone number to the pope, who will do everything for you.
The retired exorcist will undertake a mission to save the world, which will lead to witty dialogues, funny plot twists and an interesting mix of turn-based and arcade fighting. The bitter priest will soon join the pantheon of antiheroes playing with hellfire – walking the same paths of the protagonists of the comic books Preacher and Hellblazer.
- A record number of funny references to horrors and pop culture
- Exorcisms as unique hybrids of turn-based and arcade fighting
- Comic-style graphics – with speech bubbles!
- Probably the only game EVER where you can ask the pope for help
The Unholy Society
What: Not too serious action adventure horror
Who: CATastrophe Games / published by Fat Dog Games
Where: PC, Mac, Linux (Steam)
When: Q2 of 2018
About Fat Dog Games
Fat Dog Games is a game publisher based in Poland. A former mobile game developing company in the market since 2014, FDG now publishes games in international markets on Steam, mobile platforms, VR and others.
About CATastrophe Games
Based in Wrocław, Poland, the studio was founded in 2015 by a programmer, Michalis Kamburelis and an artist, Paweł Wojciechowicz. As cat lovers, they did not think long about the name. They brought to the company years of experience in creating mobile games.”
For more information on The Unholy Society, visit its Steam page.