Back in 2013, a gameplay trailer for a small, sci-fi tackle Amnesia made one hell of an impression on me. Taking cues from Alien, it was sterile, analogue, a retrofuturist nightmare station that felt oppressively lonely, right up till the second it turned clear you were not alone.

It was Routine, and it regarded good as hell. And then it vanished for the higher a part of a decade.

Until as we speak, when Geoff Keighley revealed that Routine is again in (or nonetheless in) growth, with developer Lunar Software now working with writer Raw Fury to get this factor accomplished. Beyond that, we solely acquired a contemporary glimpse at what was served up a decade in the past—a brand new take a look at a station whose decrepit wallpapers and quiet corridors nonetheless handle to carry their very own, even in a publish Alien: Isolation world.

We do get a glimpse on the monster right here, and hulking nice robots weren’t fairly what I used to be anticipating. But I proceed to be curious as to what the deal is with the chunky little handheld camcorder, which we briefly see used to scan one of many androids.

Routine would not but have a launch date, however I’m simply completely satisfied to know it is nonetheless in manufacturing, since we final noticed it in 2016. If you need to know what occurred with the game all these years in the past, Waypoint’s Patrick Klepek investigated Routine’s vanishing act in a function again in  2018.