If you’re not sure whether you know of The Quarry or not, it’s that narrative-driven horror game with 186 endings from Supermassive Games that you’ve been hearing about. Supermassive Games is renowned for its cinematic, psychological tales that put you in the shoes of each character, while also somewhat giving you the privilege of being the director.
Supermassive Games’ first full story-based release was Until Dawn back in 2015 (one of the best horror games of all time, by the way), which follows eight teens as they plan to party the night away at a lodge in Blackwood Mountain. In true slasher fashion, things turn awry, and it’s up to you to decide what the next step is (and how many of them survive).
Since 2015, Supermassive Games has spent time working on The Dark Pictures Anthology (Man of Medan, Little Hope, House of Ashes, and soon, The Devil in Me), which follow a similar structure. The anthology installations offered various riveting stories of the supernatural, but none of them have yet come close to Until Dawn.