Striking Distance brings the story to a close with this expansion, and we make a verdict...
Striking Distance's debut AAA horror title is here, and does not disappoint.
The good news is that the studio will continue to make games after the flop. Bad news: Glen Schofield jumps ship.
It seems that the disappointing sales of the horror game finally caught up with its development studio.
Will introduce new enemies and seemingly continue the story.
Cut off their limbs!
While the game has failed sales-wise, the developers at Striking Distance are exceeding expectations in terms of DLC.
Krafton referred to the game as AAAA, but believes it hasn't lived up to that expectation.
Striking Distance Studios is working hard to improve the game.
New Game+, Hardcore Mode, and new cosmetics are all promised starting February next year.
Join us for the opening hour of Striking Distance's horror title.
Josh Duhamel stars as Jacob Lee here as well.
The CEO of Striking Distance has had to calm players down on social media after reading the patch notes for the game's upcoming expansion.
Update 1.01 is now live, and it revealed a few interesting things.
Striking Distance has given us one final look at the game ahead of its December 2 release date.
Glen Schofield confirms "we kept some lore in there", even if it won't be so obvious to fans.
Striking Distance has said, "changing the content will not provide the experience that players expect."