Team17 has released the debut Killer Frequency gameplay trailer, the upcoming black comedy slasher-adventure. Furthermore, the publisher has announced that the game will launch on PC and Meta Quest 2 in late summer 2023.
Set during the 1980s in a Midwestern US town Killer Frequency follows Forrest Nash. Nash is a washed-up DJ and presenter of the ‘The Scream’ late night show. As a serial killer is declared on the loose, Nash tries to help listeners and callers stalked by a mysterious masked murderer.
Players will interact with callers to the show as the gruesome night unfolds. Using a variety of conversation options – while listening carefully for clues and information – players must solve puzzles around the studio in an attempt prevent their own grisly demise. All while keeping the show going with tunes inspired by the decade.
In Killer Frequency, death can come easy but is never assured, so it’s up to you to help Forrest prevent the slaughter, discover the killer’s true identity, and keep the grooves going until dawn.
Killer Frequency Gameplay Trailer
Intrigued by the synopsis above? You should be. And you can find out exactly how that plays in the brand new Killer Frequency gameplay trailer (below), released today. Check it out and be sure to let us know your thoughts!
Killer Frequency Release Details
Killer Frequency will mark Team17’s debut into the world of VR publishing. The game is being developed internally by Team17, and will be available to play on a traditional monitor or in VR via Steam, as well as VR exclusively via the Meta Quest Store.
No official pricing details have yet been revealed, nor a specific release date. However, the game is available to wishlist via Steam right now. Are you interested in tuning in to Killer Frequency? Let us know in the comments below!