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Dread Hunger - Trailer

Dread Hunger - Trailer
CHRISTCHURCH, NZ – July 14, 2021 – Prepare to sail to uncharted lands where human nature can be deadlier than the bitter cold…Digital Confectioners, an independent PC and console games studio, today announces that Dread Hunger, its multiplayer roleplaying game of survival and betrayal where players undertake a deadly voyage on a doomed sailing ship, will launch on Steam for PC this fall.The upcoming full release follows the game's popular Early Access phase. Capturing the attention of early media adopters and game influencers, Dread Hunger's gameplay videos are amassing millions of views and the game is killing it with an 88% positive user review score.Dread Hunger immerses players in a rich world of 19th century Arctic exploration where eight player-controlled 'Explorers' depend on each other for survival—but two of them are 'Thralls' determined to sabotage the mission!"It has been deeply gratifying to see a loyal community spring up around Dread Hunger and throw themselves into everything from discovering new metas, to just goofing around and pretending to be old timey priests," said Alex Quick, Creative Director of the Dread Hunger Team."We've been listening closely to the community's feedback as we move through Early Access, and I think the game is so much better for it!"Players use voice chat to role play and give life to their chosen character aboard the ship while completing objectives in an action-adventure game world. The six Explorers must work together to gather resources to power the ship towards its destination while contending with the harsh climate.Meanwhile, Thralls plot to poison food, massacre crewmembers, detonate explosives in the ship, plunder resources, and invoke dark magic to undermine the mission—all while pretending to be loyal Explorers. Starvation, wolves, cannibal attacks, and other gruesome fates abound, any misplaced trust can quickly lead to a knife in the back. When food is sparse, fellow crewmates appear more and more appetizing.