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Hot on the heels of Forgive Me Father 2’s demo, an all-new look at the game bubbles up

Debuting today is an over 10 minute look at the forthcoming Lovecraftian sequel from Byte Barrel, Forgive Me Father 2.

Zombies and squid-heads oh my

There’s been quite a bit of movement as goes the Forgive Me Father series as of late. Not only has the original game made its way to consoles, but the sequel has a demo on Steam right now, as a part of the platform’s “Next Fest” event.

That, if you’re unaware, highlights upcoming titles with special timed-demos. And if you’ve played Forgive Me Father 2’s, then you know just how great this retroish, FPS sequel is shaping up. Also if you’ve played that early look, you probably want more right about… now.

While the game is set to drop into Early Access very soon, Fulqrum Publishing and developer Byte Barrel have seen fit to release over 10 minutes of brand-new footage. This new all-gameplay sneak peek showcases a chunk of the game’s fifth level, and it looks just as great as fans might’ve hoped.

From war-torn trenches and haunted villas to desecrated cathedrals… get ready to lose your sanity across 10 dread-inducing new levels, each representing a new nightmare created by the Great Old Ones. These terrors distort the protagonist’s memories and transport the player into an intense fight for survival, where they must investigate to find where the nightmares end and reality begins.

Fulqrum Publishing press release

As mentioned, Forgive Me Father 2 is arriving very soon indeed, and is scheduled to hit Early Access on October 19th, 2023. Look for it via Steam, GOG, and Epic.

About Jason Micciche

Jason's been knee deep in videogames since he was but a lad. Cutting his teeth on the pixely glory that was the Atari 2600, he's been hack'n'slashing and shoot'em'uping ever since. Mainly an FPS and action guy, Jason enjoys the occasional well crafted title from every genre.

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