After years, the Czech driving horror film Beware is reminiscent of a chilling trailer

The driving survival horror film by Ondřej Švadlena Beware, which presents an artistically (and setsakra successfully) stylized vision of an escape from communist Czechoslovakia in the 1980s, last attracted attention in 2018. Adam and Šárka tried out a demo at the time, and although it was clear that it was about a very early version of the game, the dense atmosphere could not be praised.

Not to mention. A gloomy, bleak landscape long out of light would be able to cause first-class distress in itself, but when an immediate threat is added in the form of ghostly persecutors who stop at nothing to prevent you from leaving the country, it’s just disgusting, as befits and belongs. Especially when you fly off the road, you get stuck in the mud and just, with helpless horror in your eyes, you turn the tires in vain while silhouettes of ruthless horrors roll around. Tfuj.

After a long period of calm, the new video proves that work on the game did not stop. You can take a look at a few new zones, which will run behind your side windows during a desperate flight. And there is certainly no need to add that even the newly introduced urban development with a forest of ominously red lamps or an industrial zone with giant trucks, which are trying to crush you, does not make a very happy or safe impression. Judge for yourself:

If you get the urge to be a little afraid behind the wheel, you can … go to the first good one to try to know how to give preference to the most stupid roundabout in the country, which boasts the beautiful city of Pilsen. But if that fear were to be exclusively gaming, the mentioned demo version can still be downloaded at IndieDB. However, the author has still not announced the release date of the full game.

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