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The Quarry: Release Date, Trailer & Story Revealed

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Supermassive Games has enlightened the horror-loving community with a fresh take on cult-classic slasher movies. Thanks to The Quarry, an upcoming survival game that aims to reignite the fear factor that ties in with movie clichés, gamers will have new threats to divide and dispose of. And as luck would have it, it's coming out sooner than anyone would've expected.

Brought to life today via a short but sweet announcement, Supermassive shed light on the next-gen title. Brewed with a collection of fresh faces and yet another dreary plot of land to stage a new generation of terror, the upcoming tale will make its way over to Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and PC on June 10, 2022.

The Quarry | Official Announce Trailer | 2K

What is The Quarry?

“It’s late summer in the remote forests of upstate New York, and the teen counselors of Hackett’s Quarry have the camp to themselves for one final night. That means no kids, no adults, and no rules,” the official blurb reads.

“In this thrilling cinematic tale, you control the fates of all nine camp counselors as their party plans unravel into an unpredictable night of horror. With life-or-death decisions around every turn, the choices you make will determine how the story unfolds.”

Judging from the trailer, The Quarry will look to employ a whole plethora of features from its Dark Pictures Anthology siblings. That means plenty of choice-based moments, a boatload of life-threatening ultimatums, and a whole ocean of mindless gore. The rest you can see for yourself in the reveal above.

You can follow the updates for The Quarry over on the official social handle here. For more information, be sure to stay in the loop over on the 2K handle. But be sure to stop back here real soon, as we'll be digging up more content for The Quarry.

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