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Each death has its visage. How will you face them?

The world of Visage

Uncertainty is the root of all fear...

Wander through the halls, explore each room and every corner of the house in search of an escape route. Uncertainty will keep you on your toes as you explore the creaky and noisy house, while each crack, each silent breath from a window, and each small event will drag you closer to death.

You are not alone...

Fear is your worst enemy; dark entities are attracted to it. Remain calm and escape terror at all costs, or you'll come to realize the distant moanings coming from deeper in the house aren't so distant after all.

History is never forgotten...

Many terrible things happened in this house. Brutality and violence stain every room, telling stories of a dark past, revealing the truth behind the curtain. A truth so disturbing you wish you could join the families that died here years ago. But even death won't help you leave this dreadful place.

The many faces of death...

What would you become if you couldn't even recognize yourself in the mirror? Each death has its visage. How will you face them?



Soundtrack samples




You are not safe


Visage: 22 minutes of gameplay — Oct. 3, 2017

Visage: Alpha Gameplay Extended Trailer — Jan. 27, 2016

Visage: Alpha Gameplay Trailer — Sept. 29, 2015


“Holy potatoes: Visage might be the answer to broken-hearted P.T. fans.”

Meagan Navarro, Modern Horrors

“If there ever was going to be a spiritual successor to the Silent Hill series, this would be it.”

Kayla Herrera, CinemaBlend

“Move over Allison Road, there's a wicked new P.T. successor coming our way.”

Adam Dodd, Bloody Disgusting

“[I]ts alpha gameplay trailer is looking awfully wrong in all the right ways.”

James Cunningham, Hardcore Gamer

“gloriously creepy” and “absolutely aching to scare”

Amber Colyer, Power Up Gaming

“ ... hints at a clever, considered approach, leaving much of the actual fear to your overactive imagination.”

Hayley Williams, Kotaku Australia

“gorgeous-looking” and “a hit horror game in the works”; “Visage looks like a mash-up of The Grudge, Allison Road and Slender Man.”

Cedric Lansangan, OnlySP

The “wonderfully freaky art” of Jarek Kubicki “will soon be seen adorning the walls of the upcoming first-person psychological horror game Visage.”

Adam Dodd, Bloody Disgusting