Tequila Works is best known as the developer of Rime, and it’s continuing to build narrative-focused action games in Gylt. It’s a horror adventure with a blend of stealth, action, puzzles, and exploration, where all the monsters are manifestations of childhood fears. It’s due to launch alongside Google Stadia, and you can check out the first gameplay footage below.
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