Allison Road takes place in a British, suburban terraced house.
You wake up one night without any recollection of prior events.
Now it is your turn to uncover what happened to your family, face off against the horrors that await in the house... and beyond.
At last year’s PlayStation conference during E3, Sony announced a new game, called “PT” – short for playable teaser – was available to download from the PlayStation store. It was a surprise announcement as it came from seemingly out of nowhere. PT turned out to be a kind of tech demo for a new Silent Hills game – a collaboration between Hideo Kojima and Guillermo del Toro.
That Silent Hills game was eventually cancelled following Kojima’s untimely exit from Konami. But its first-person horror gameplay was so powerful that people ached for something else to play with a similar style. Allison Road was meant to be that game: an unofficial “spiritual successor” to PT, with similar mechanics and mood that would be sure to deeply disturb horror fans. Plus, unlike PT, it was to be VR-compatible.
However, Allison Road has also now been cancelled. A statement posted to the game’s official Twitter account reads:
The game was originally intended to be funded through a Kickstarter campaign, however that campaign was cancelled voluntarily when the developer decided to pursue a publishing deal with Team17’s digital games label. Since then, updates about the game have been scarce, and with little else to go on, it’s likely something surrounding this deal fell through and made it no longer possible to continue development.
We’ll update with more once Allison Road’s developers, or Team17, issue a full statement.
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