Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs Summary
DON’T LOOK AT THE MASKS.
Creative director Dan Pinchbeck from indie studio The Chinese Room says they received the "worst kind of hate mail" for Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs, and it even gave the game a run for its money in horror.
He thought they'd get some calls over content of the game, but not like this and not for the reasons they did. It baffled them people "wouldn't even kind of engage" with it.
The Chinese Room has confirmed that their Everybody's Gone to the Rapture PS4 game will not be releasing this year. It would be "unrealistic" to assume it was ever going to be out in 2014.
The developer never gave 2014 as a date as it was just assumed when a trailer debuted last year. They've also removed a 60-minute time limit they had planned.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, the sequel to the moody Amnesia: The Dark Descent, will be arriving on the 10th September on all major digital distribution sites. Preorders will get 20% slashed off the normal $19.99 USD price tag.
Frictional Games has announced that their horror game sequel Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs will be arriving during Q2 2013. It was originally supposed to be released last Fall.
Frictional Games has announced in its official blog that Amnesia: The Dark Descent has sold almost 1.4M units since its launch in September 2010. Direct sales totaled 710K, while the rest were bundled in various Steam sale bundles such as the Humble Indie Bundle and Potato Sack Reunion.