The Gameplay for Evil Dead will be Revealed on Thursday

This week, the first gameplay for Evil Dead will be revealed, finally revealing the long-awaited horror game.

The Evil Dead game has been rumored for a time, with Saber Interactive being named as the project’s lead developer. The game will be released late this year, although no footage of it has been released so yet. This is looking to shift this week, which is unexpected given the upcoming commencement of E3 2021. The official Twitter account for the game said that the game would be released for the first time on Thursday. The announcement will take place during Geoff Keighley’s massive E3-adjacent press conference, the Summer Game Fest Kickoff. On Thursday, June 10 at 19:00 GMT/ 14:00 EDT / 11:00 PDT, this will begin.

Evil Dead: The Game is the newest in a long line of horror-themed asynchronous online games. A group of survivors will be placed against one player who is attempting to hunt them down and stop them, similar to Friday The 13th The Game, and Dead by Daylight.

The survivors may be the most recognized characters in this game, which will set it apart from other games in the category. Whereas other games concentrate on the murderer chasing down other players, the survivors in Evil Dead come from all throughout the franchise.

Many good personalities have already been confirmed to join, including Bruce Campbell, who plays Ash. Other fan favorites, on the other hand, will be coming all the way to the game. Scotty from The Evil Dead, Arthur from Army of Darkness, and Kelly and Pablo from Ash vs. Evil Dead are all supposed to arrive.

However, the focus will not be solely on human beings. Those that choose to become the titular ‘Evil Dead’ will be able to control the Kandarian Demon and track down the survivors. This devil will inhabit Deadites and use the surroundings in order to undermine the other participants’ cooperation.

The game’s launch date is still to be announced, but we’re expecting to find more on Thursday. This year, the Game will be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X, Xbox One, PC, and Nintendo Switch.

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