Published: June 14, 2022 | Last Updated On: June 14, 2022
Simulation games are quite a special genre in the gameplay world. Players love the thrill of experiencing real-life settings and actions through their screens.
Each choice and each move that you make could have a long-lasting impact on the game. Nowhere is it truer than the upcoming Autopsy Simulator. From its name, players can understand what the game will be all about. Life after death is in your hands, and fans of the TV show Dexter are in for a real treat.
The trailer launched recently and it has true crime lovers excited everywhere. Here’s everything you need to know regarding the game and what to expect soon.
Autopsy Simulator: All the details you need to know
The developers, Team 17, released the game’s trailer on June 11 at the ‘Future Games Show.’ Apart from Autopsy Simulator, they also showed trailers of the action-packed Thymesia, the mind-bending Sunday Gold, and the railway city center Sweet Transit. Back to the game we are focusing on, there was a lot to unpack in the 60+ seconds trailer.
Viewers got to see visuals of the area in which you will be performing your autopsies and examinations. Furthermore, there were also shots of a few prone bodies lying around, with the last victim having his full-frontal portion open as if ready to be examined.
Obviously, the game will have dark undertones and a storyline that is more critical than cheerful. All the gamers that have been watching autopsies on TV or on videos will finally have the chance to perform some real-life actions through the game.
Team 17 provided more details through their press release, which stated that the game will contain ” realistic autopsy procedures” with a chilling storyline to accompany it.
Additionally, the developers have taken help from and consulted with a certified pathologist in order to make the game as close to reality as possible.
Therefore, players will definitely have to have a strong demeanor and be brave-hearted to get through the various operations. Autopsy Simulator will have a free play “Autopsy Only” mode alongside a full-fledged campaign story.
The latter is dubbed Autopsy Simulator: Dead Memories, which is taking place in the 1990s.
A down-on-his-luck pathologist (you) will be in the midst of the storyline in New Orleans as the psychological horror builds after you become determined to solve the puzzle of how an item from the past came to be in one of the bodies and what happens next.
Autopsy Simulator releases in November 2022, and fans who have waited all along for a simulation game that is from a different world will surely be the first ones to try it out.