A year ago, horror fans got their foot in Saibot Studios' Doorways with the launch of the first two (combined) chapters. Next month the series continues with the newest installment called Doorways: The Underworld.
Thomas Foster is one of the agents of Doorways, a group detectives "prized for their psychic abilities" who are "charged with tempting the thresholds of sanity to hunt down the most depraved criminals." Unfortunately for Foster, his previous sojourns down this dark and twisted path may have pushed him "too close to the edge. Confused, his memories riddled with holes, Foster's only option is to go deeper in search of his next target: The Surgeon."
The Underworld is once again a free-roaming, first-person psychological horror adventure and it follows on from the first game's premise. As each chapter is devoted to a specific investigation, however, the developers claim that the new game can be played as a standalone adventure without previous knowledge.
Developed for PC, Mac, and Linux, with Oculus Rift support for the "bravely masochistic", Doorways: The Underworld is due for release on September 17th. In the meantime, a special pre-order offer is available on Steam.