Indie developer SadSquare Studio has announced that the final environment designs for its upcoming psychological horror game Visage have been completed.
In the latest monthly post on the game’s Kickstarter page, SadSquare gave an update on the development progress. With the completion of the environments, which was said to be “a big time eater,” the developer has had a chance to focus more heavily on other elements of development, with animation nearing completion at 60% and voice acting integration making it to 40%. “This shouldn’t take us much time to be done with,” SadSquare adds.
Moreover, the “tweaking” of the game’s finished sections have progressed a lot since the last monthly update, totalling 70% completion, and the game’s core gameplay scripting is all but complete, with SadSquare noting “we basically need to add sound.”
Several other minor elements—including scripting random events and some Kickstarter-related pieces—are said to be in progress, but not a focal point of development at present.
Inspired by horror games P.T. and Alien: Isolation, Visage will put players in a house where they must use point-and-click mechanics to find answers to the horrifying past in each room. The game is scheduled for release on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One later this year.