Vancouver, CANADA – November 19, 2018 – Breaking Dimensions, in collaboration with Polygon Dust, are pleased to announce that their first-person horror survival game, Oakwood, is set for a December 4th launch on Steam PC. The developers bring a mix of AAA and indie experience, having worked on a variety of titles, including Slender: The Arrival and Valley. In Oakwood, players are thrown into a high-intensity, single-player flight for survival from the horrors haunting an abandoned campground in the forests of British Columbia.
Arriving late to the abandoned Oakwood campground, you find the violent remains of your friends’ campsite. Exploring the forest and the dilapidated lodge, you soon realize that prehistoric creatures, once thought to be extinct, now hunt the grounds. You’ll run breathlessly through raptor infested forests, get lost in dark corridors, and hold your breath to avoid the most formidable dinosaur of all.
Steam Store Page: https://store.steampowered.com/app/890970/Oakwood/
In Oakwood, players will clutch their flashlight, traversing through the abandoned campground on a search for their missing friends. As they explore, players will uncover clues about the violent events that unfolded the evening before. Realizing the dangers surrounding the campground, players will need to dash through forests, hide in dark corridors, and outsmart the prehistoric creatures who are hunting ruthlessly throughout the grounds.
Oakwood will launch December 4, 2018, on Steam PC. For more information, please visit www.breakingdimensions.com, follow @BreakingDimensions and ‘Like’ the studio on Facebook.
ABOUT BREAKING DIMENSIONS
Founded in 2018, Breaking Dimensions is an independent video game design company located in Vancouver, Canada. The Founder, Garett Marks, uses strong environmental storytelling to push interesting narrative arcs and create compelling experiences. With experience in AAA, indie games, and AR/VR, Breaking Dimensions finds new ways to immerse players in emotionally driven and highly engaging experiences.