Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Chat, is it cool to launch a new coop horror game on April Fools Day for free? Content Warning thinks so.

What you need to know

  • Swedish publisher Landfall is known for publishing indie darlings like Totally Accurate Battle Simulator and Clustertruck. 
  • On April 1, Landfall announced a new cooperative horror game called Content Warning would be released immediately on Steam.
  • For the first 24 hours, players can get Content Warning for free to keep. The game will then cost $8 after the 24-hour discount expires.

If you’re looking for a no-risk cooperative horror game to drag your friends into this April Fools’ Day, Swedish publisher, Landfall, has you covered. For just 24 hours, players on Steam can pick up Landfall’s brand-new release, Content Warning—a devilishly funny co-op horror game where you must film your friends getting scared out of their wits in a bid to become a famous content creator on SpookTube—for free.

Content Warning is currently free to keep for the first 24 hours post-launch, but players who miss out on the deal will need to cough up $8 if they want to get into the coop horror action. Just a few short hours after launch, Content Warning is already earning high praise from players. At the time of writing, the game is already sitting with an Overwhelmingly Positive rating on Steam across 1150 reviews.


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