Don’t Get Dragged to Hell in Upcoming Co-Op Survival Horror Game DEVOUR

The co-op survival horror DEVOUR, a prequel to Straight Back Games’ previously released two-player co-op game The Watchers, has set its sights on terrifying players worldwide with the upcoming full launch on Steam this January 28th. Up to four players must brave the shadows to stop a possessed cult leader before they are dragged to hell.

To get a taste of what’s to come, be sure to check out the DEVOUR teaser video…

Developed by the small British indie studio Straight Back Games, DEVOUR is a white-knuckle co-op survival horror game for up to four players. While best played cooperatively with easily-scared friends, more hardcore players can experience the scream-inducing DEVOUR on their own. With no two playthroughs ever the same, each DEVOUR terror session can last up to an hour, letting brave souls enjoy fright after fright into a nightly screamfest of epic proportions. Straight Back Games offers their heartfelt condolences in advance!

As once devoted cult members, players must steel themselves and work together to stop their cursed leader, Anna Puerta, from unleashing an unspeakable evil. With the goat demon Azazel possessing her after a ritual gone horribly wrong, Anna’s rage and power will grow with every step the players take in DEVOUR. In a race against time, the players burn ritual goats, evade a growing legion of demons, and ultimately hope to break Azazel’s hold over Anna.

DEVOUR will be made available on Steam for just €3.99 / £3.99 / $4.99.

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