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Thrasher looks like another nightmare-inducing game from the artist behind Thumper Engadget

The Game Awards got off to a flying start with a string of fascinating announcements during the pre-show. One of the freshly revealed games that’s coming your way soon is Thrasher, which is from the artist and composer behind the 2016 nightmare-inducing factory Thumper

Thrasher will see you take control of a space eel at the dawn of time. You’ll need to master "fast-paced gesture controls" to evolve this creature into a so-called megabeast. While it might not be a direct sequel to Thumper, the trailer suggests it’ll share some of the previous game’s DNA. It seems like there will once again be mind-melting visuals to match a pulsating, anxious soundtrack. I’m terrified already.

Thrasher is coming to PC, consoles and virtual reality platforms in 2024.

This article originally appeared on Engadget at https://ift.tt/8SLJtqN Kris Holt

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