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Creepy Underwater Exploration Game, Silt, Gives Off Serious Limbo & Inside Vibes

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Creepy Underwater Exploration Game, Silt, Gives Off Serious Limbo & Inside Vibes

Late last night during the Future Games Show Spring Showcase 2022, a dark ocean exploration adventure game, titled Silt, was shown off for PC in a brand new trailer.

Feel free to take a gander at the eerie new footage down below:

As you can see in the video above, Silt is a 2D explorative puzzle experience that puts players directly into the boots of a mysterious scuba diver. Lovecraftian monstrosities await you down in the deep dark depths, along with environmental puzzles and a cryptic show-don’t-tell narrative.

Developed by Spiral Circus and published by Fireshine Games, Silt boasts an eye-catching monochrome art-style and an unsettling atmosphere reminiscent of Playdead’s acclaimed Limbo and Inside titles.

Right now, Silt is scheduled to arrive on PC in “early 2022”. Unfortunately, there’s currently no confirmation of other platforms at the time of writing.

For more information, here’s a general overview courtesy of the game’s official Steam page:

Dive into Silt’s harrowing ocean abyss and unravel long-forgotten mysteries. Explore the dangerous waters, possess sea creatures, and solve puzzles to travel deeper into the darkness…

Silt is a surreal underwater puzzle-adventure game. Alone in an underwater abyss, you are a diver searching the deep to uncover long-forgotten mysteries. Possess the creatures around you to solve puzzles and travel further into the darkness…

Nature has evolved into bizarre forms. Discover strange organisms, unexplored ruins and ancient machinery hidden beneath the water’s surface. 

Survive encounters with giant deep-sea goliaths. Harness their power to awaken a long-dormant force at the centre of the abyss.

Experience art brought to life. Silt’s unsettling, monochrome world is constructed from the sketches and dark imagination of artist Mr Mead. A harrowing journey awaits you…

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