What you need to know
- The Medium is an upcoming psychological horror game from the Bloober Team, a known name in the field.
- The game is hotly anticipated for its incredible "Dual Reality" feature, which lets the player experience two different dimensions at the same time.
- A new trailer for the game shows more about 'the Maw,' the game's primary antagonist voiced by Troy Baker.
- The Medium is up for pre-order now, and will come to Xbox Series X and S, and PC, with no firm release date.
The Medium is one of the more exciting horror games in recent memory, combining gorgeous visuals with a unique "Dual Reality" gameplay mechanic, which will split the game between two dimensions co-existing in the same location. The Medium looks incredible already, and will come to Xbox Series X and Xbox Series S with optimizations, as well as Windows PC's. A new trailer has been revealed that showcases the Maw, the game's main antagonist, who looks suitably terrifying as it stalks the game's main character.
The Maw came from rage, according to Sadness, the mysterious little girl that also makes an appearance in the trailer. It'll be exciting to see how well the Medium nails its concept, because the game has looked amazing in every trailer so far. The Medium is up for pre-order right now from the Microsoft Store and Steam, but there is no firm release date yet.
Are you excited for the Medium? Have you already pre-ordered? Let us know in the comments below!
Dimensions of horror
Two worlds joined in terror
The Medium is a horror game that lets players go back and forth between the physical world and the spirit world. Using this dual-reality gameplay is necessary for solving puzzles and uncovering a horrific mystery.
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