Frictional Games and The Chinese Room have confirmed that their survival horror Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, will land on PC and Mac on September 10th next month. It is the sequel to the hugely successful Amnesia: The Dark Descent and uses the HPL Engine 2.
Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs will have a totally new time setting and set of characters, but it’ll be set in the exact same universe than it’s predecessor. The game starts on New Year’s Eve 1899 in Victorian London where lead character “Oswald Mandus” keeps having nightmares about a dark machine.
The story-lines in the game will be extremely interlocking, with some taking place in the past, and then in the future. The horror will cost you £12.50/$19.99 for both of the formats, but if you want to make a saving, then you can pre-order the title from Desura, Steam or GOG and get a discount of 20% off.