A new multiplayer game on Steam combines the principle from Dead by Daylight with the Prop Hunt game mode from Garry’s Mod – can that work? The trailer looks promising and the survival horror game can already be found among the top sellers. But there is also a lot of criticism.
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There has been a new multiplayer game on Steam since December 1st, which has already sneaked into the platform’s top sellers. Propnight follows the same concept as horror darling Dead by Daylight and sends four survivors together with a killer into the arena.
The special thing about Propnight: Instead of just walking around as characters, the survivors turn into props to hide. Whether car tires, toy cars or chess pieces – the choice is huge. That certain joke is enhanced by a realistic physics awarded, with which you can skilfully fly through the maps.
To see what exactly that looks like, you can do that Trailer for Propnight look at:
What do Steam players think of Propnight?
Despite the promising trailer and the appearance in the Steam top sellers, there is also a lot of criticism of Propnight for the release. The game is currently as mostly positive rated.
Many complain about it unfertigen Status of the game, although this has already been officially released. Many elements are still very buggy and need optimization.
In addition apparently basic content is missingthat would add more fun and depth to multiplayer. Including a system for progress.
The general concept of Propnight is very good and the potential is great. Also the good graphics is praised several times. So far the game has four cards as well as five killers and survivors, which provides enough variety.
Propnight can certainly make for fun multiplayer rounds with friends in which Mind games can be accommodated well. If the developers can fix the criticisms and form a community around Propnight, it could certainly mutate into a new multiplayer hit on Steam.
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