The fog inspires horror pioneers, whether it’s John Carpenter’s The Fog or Stephen King’s The Fog. An intangible and oppressive mass that will be at the center of the story of Kona II: Brume, the new adventure and exploration game from Parabole and Ravenscourt.
Kona, the first in its name, reminded us of northern Quebec in 1970, when a mysterious snowstorm hit Lake Atamipec. We followed Detective Carl Fauber to investigate these supernatural events, and the same will be true in Kona II: Brume. This sequel follows in the footsteps of the first part, starting right after it ended, in October 1970. Travel to the fictional region of Manastan, still in northern Quebec, with Carl to discover new places and mysteries as a massive snowstorm rages.
Northern Quebec, 1970 A strange blizzard, the Fog, cuts off a small rural mining village from the rest of the world and threatens the balance of nature. But where did it come from?
Step back into the role of Detective Carl Faubert and delve even deeper into the heart of Kona’s supernatural mysteries.
Travel through the snowy expanses of northern Canada and discover other souls who are trapped with you. Meet other “castaways”; victims and survivors of a devastating avalanche, and shed light on the terrible truth of the Mist.
Explore the vast fictional land of Manastan in northern Canada and make your way through a strange village, or at least what remains of one. Look for clues in the wooden houses, explore the area on your good old sled and explore the surrounding lakes.
Keep a close eye on the chain of your clues and findings, consult Carl Faubert’s diary and test your detective skills. Can you solve the mystery of the fog?
The fog is merciless: you are waiting for a freezing blizzard, dangerous animals and disturbing nightmares. Get ready to survive against the odds.
An exciting story unfolds with every step you take. Find and examine artifacts, letters, and other documents as an omniscient narrator recounts your journey through Manastan.
Kona II: Brume, developed by Parabole and published by Ravenscourt, is expected in 2023 on PC, PlayStation 4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch. It will be playable from next month at gamescom in the Indie Arena booth. In the meantime, you can find Kona, the first, for €14.99 on GOG.com.
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Writer – Tester