SFB prods Crow Country, another game that looks like a cross between Final Fantasy VII and Resident Evil.
Halloween is an extraordinary occasion to release creepy projects, and that is precisely the exact thing British developer SFB Games has done. As of late, the studio released a trailer for Crow Country, their upcoming horror game.
Players can partake in an extraordinary fusion of classic Final Fantasy VII visuals and survival horror gameplay, a la the first Resident Evil games. This experience is inspired by the retro era.
Adam and Tom Vian are the two individuals from this London-based development team, for people who may not be natural. Previously known as The Super Flash Bros., they are the creators of notable independent games like Tangle Tower and the exceptionally acclaimed Snipperclips, which are ideal for this spooky season.
Albeit the developer has consistently fiddled with the horror genre, it seems like Crow Country will be their first full-fledged horror title. At the point when one of the devs, Adam Vian, implied that Crow Country would be reported in the spring of 2022, we got our first glimpse at the game.
The first Resident Evil game and Final Fantasy VII are remarkably mixed together in the game’s graphics, as per the developers. Moreover, an official announcement trailer was released, demonstrating that the game will be accessible on PC, PS4, and PS5 “not far off.”
With respect to the plot, the game happens in the Georgian countryside on the outskirts of Atlanta. Gamers will take command of Mara Forest, a mysterious woman looking for a specific Edward Crow, the proprietor of the vanishing Crow Country amusement park. As well as finding Crow, players should sort out why the park was closed. Look out for this vintage-inspired survival horror game on the off chance that you appreciate indie horror.