Signalis: official release date announced by a new trailer

Signalis: official release date announced by a new trailer


On the occasion of the Guerrilla Collective, a new Signalis trailer has been released to announce the official release date: October 27, 2022. For those unfamiliar with it, this is a classic sci-fi survival horror, published by Humble Games.

The movie also shows some game sequences, which show the particular style of 3D graphics that mimics pixel art, with strong references to the pioneers of the genre such as Project Firestart.

If you want more information on the game, read our Signalis trial in which we wrote:

The short Signalis demo convinced us. Of course, it reveals practically nothing of the game's plot, but it opens up to a mystery that appears interesting, which is no small feat. We will see how it will be done in the final version. Classic survival horror fans should really keep an eye on it, as it might be worth it.

For the rest we remind you that Signalis is in development for PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X and S and PS4.

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Retro anime horror Signalis emerges from the cold this October

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Like an unknown predator, Signalis has blipped up on my radar several times over the last few years, only to retreat back into the arctic snow. But it looks like the frosty thriller is just about ready to strike, announcing an October 27 release date at the Guerrilla Collective showcase today.

Signalis comes on the wake of a whole wave of retro horror games, sure. But it sets itself apart both in taking very direct cues from Resident Evil and Silent Hill's top down tank controls, but also in how it's absolutely dripping in vibes.

It's the cold, isolated horror of The Thing, the clunking retrofuturist machinery of Alien, the clacking analogue interfaces of Evangelion, told in a story of androids and monsters deep under a lonely icy world. It's bloody stunning to watch, is what I'm saying, and hopefully just as thrilling to actually play.

You don't even need to wait until October to try it, either. Signalis, like most games in today's Guerrilla Collective show, currently has a demo available to go and try on Steam.