Epic Games Store began distributing stealth horror Hello Neighbor, the next free game became known

December 30 at Epic Games Store distribution began Hello neighbor. This is a stealth horror game where the user needs to break into a neighbor’s house. The action will last exactly one day and tomorrow at 19:00 Moscow time, players will be asked to upload the next free project to their account.

Hello Neighbor is a game in which you have to sneak into a neighbor’s house to find out what terrible secrets he hides in the basement. You are opposed by dangerous artificial intelligence, which learns from every move you make. Do you really like to crawl through this backyard window? There, most likely, is a trap on a bear. Sneaking through the front door? There will be cameras soon. Are you trying to escape? A neighbor will find a short way and catch you.

The authors promise a suspenseful gameplay, constantly evolving artificial intelligence, a neighbor opposing your moves, learning from what you are doing, a sandbox-style game with many interactions and laws of physics.

Hello Neighbor is only available on the Epic Games Store for PC.

Tomorrow, presumably, will be distributed two-dimensional platformer Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair.

The full list of projects handed out during the December campaign is as follows:

  1. Into the breach
  2. Towerfall ascension
  3. Superhot
  4. Little inferno
  5. Ape out
  6. Celeste
  7. Totally accurate battle simulator
  8. Faster than light
  9. Hyper light drifter
  10. Shadow Tactics: Blades of the Shogun
  11. The talos principle
  12. Hello neighbor
  13. presumably Yooka-Laylee and the Impossible Lair

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