The Forest’s second trailer is both gorgeous and disturbing

The Forest

By on November 12, 2013 at 12:39 pm

Open-world survival horror title The Forest is looking nothing short of spectacular, and this latest trailer confirms that. Enjoy one minute and thirty seconds of building, tree-chopping, burning, running, screaming and fighting.

The Forest, everybody. It’s due out in alpha some time this year, and will launch with Oculus Rift support. Here’s the official site.

Source: Thanks, Cas

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I vaguely remember news about this one a several months ago but, my god it didn’t look *that* great initially :O
This one just moved up significantly on my theoretical list of upcoming games I’m looking forward to..

 

Ooooohhhh shiny.

Wish I had a rift though.

 

Looks good, can’t wait to try it out with Oculus Rift.

 

i have a weak stomach when it comes to playing horror, but this looks like i could enjoy playing it!

 

TODAY IS A GOOD DAY TO DIE!

Take my money already…. jesus

 

Looks cool but I think this game would be above my scare threshold.

 

Obligatory, “Already played it, it’s called Minecraft” comment. :}

 

I like to think i like scary games, however doom 3 scared the crap out of me on my 19″ CRT monitor many years ago.. cant imagine what it would be like with an oculus…

 

This is a really cool concept that a mate of mine and I had a chat about on steam a long time ago, dreaming for a similar game. Here it is, well mostly. Close enough!

I really do hope this is following MC with randomly generated worlds and plenty of exploration with crafting.

 

Dear god I want it!

 
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