Yuppie Psycho is a corporate-themed survival horror game coming to PC next month

You thought your first corporate job was tough? Yuppie Psycho is a surreal survival horror game set in a dystopian corporation called Sintracorp.

Baroque Decay, the developer of The Count Lucanor, has announced that its next game is due for release in April. The game is titled Yuppie Psycho, and it’s a survival horror game with a unique corporate setting. It’s coming out on PC, Mac, and Linux on 25th April.

Here’s what the game’s about, according to the publisher, Another Indie:

Join Brian Pasternack, a young man with no future in a dystopian 90s society, on his first day at one of the world’s largest companies, Sintracorp. Uncertain, unprepared, and massively unqualified, will Pasternack have what it takes to shine in Sintracorp’s hierarchy? It all depends on how he performs on his first assignment… and whether he survives it.

During his unconventional employee orientation, Pasternack discovers what his new job really entails: hunting a “witch” whose powers made the success of the corporation possible in the first place, but who now seems to have returned to torment its employees. Brian will meet all kinds of odd characters, escape from terrible creatures, and unravel the hidden secrets of Sintracorp’s dark past.

Also have a look at the release date trailer below:

The game’s soundtrack has been composed by artist Garoad, who is most famous for the excellent soundtrack of VA-11 Hall-A. You can grab the soundtrack album off of Bandcamp already.

For more information on Yuppie Psycho, check out its official website here. You’ll find the game on Steam here. The game will also be available on game subscription service Utomik.

Need more spookening? Check out our review of Taiwanese horror game Devotion. For something with a lighter tone, have a look at The Textorcist: The Story of Ray Bibbia.

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