Funcom tease Issue #7 of The Secret World with creepy dolls

The Secret World issue 7

By on July 2, 2013 at 1:45 pm

Any horror series or franchise inevitably turns towards the creepy doll at some point or another, and so it is with this teaser trailer for The Secret World‘s next issue: A Dream To Kill.

The issue is out on July 8 and is described by the game director as revealing “crucial new story elements”. You will witness “the Orochi’s terrible experiments in Transylvania gone horribly wrong, but you will also discover even darker forces – threatening the life of Gaia herself”.

Remember, The Secret World is now free-to-play (but you still have to pay for the client). Now, for the creepy dolls.

Source: VG247

One comment (Leave your own)

Looking forward to this going completely free to play so more people get the chance to experience it. It’s truly a marvel that everyone should play, however I can see people being turned off by it’s MMO basis, or skipping over it because they’re already playing one.

After going back to play with a few friends, and getting back into the story, I spent about 10 hours a day for 3 days to finish off the main story. That is the epitome of horrible, but I got so hooked and so immersed in the story I HAD to see what happened next. Last game that pulled that off was Alan Wake, and very few games even come close.

If you have 20 bucks and some spare time (Uni holidays?), I encourage you to check it out. Although the game’s style probably appeals to a rather niche market, the amount of effort they put into their story/voice acting/immersion should become the gold standard for the genre.

 
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