"Family is important, wouldn't you agree?"Faceless is a supernatural mystery set around a cursed city and a creature known as The Soulrender. Players must work together to gather a series of dolls and set the souls within free, whilst also attempting to escape with their lives.
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March 31

The Sorrowvirus | Tech Demo Trailer

"Over, and over again, it'll never end." Watch the teaser for our single-player Tech Demo; The Sorrowvirus! https://youtu.be/pEEW9oXJVz8
English, French, Portuguese (Brazil), Spanish (Spain) and Russian captions are available for this teaser.

Thank you for those who have been consistently patient with us, developing this game is hard and it isn't our intention to keep you waiting. We're happy to be both developing and publishing this game so that we do not have to adhere to an unfair time constraint set by a publisher that will result in a less than acceptable final build quality. This demo contains a separate story from the main game, but will still be loosely connected to the game as a whole.

Once again, thank you. We're as impatient to show you this game as you are to play the game, and we're definitely not dead, no matter how much some of you may think we are. Have hope!
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March 1

Welcome to Wakeland, Fran.

This announcement has been extracted from Facebook: (https://www.facebook.com/FacelessGame/photos/a.181671778646060.62931.181244618688776/1070042846475611/)

Please welcome the latest member of our family, and the sixth and final Doll for Faceless; it's none other than Fran Bow!

Originally, we were going to have a series of Easter Egg Dolls, but we decided it wouldn't be an efficient use of our time, so Killmonday Games have kindly agreed to transition Fran from an Easter Egg doll to an official one! I'm extremely thrilled to have such a great character from an even greater game be part of ours. A massive thank you to Natalia and Isak of Killmonday Games.

In other news, we are on track so far to ensuring that we get our single-player Tech Demo; 'The Sorrowvirus' out very soon!

Thank you all again for your ongoing patience.

P.S. - Don't worry about that... thing... Fran is resting on. It's nothing. Nothing at all.
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About This Game

Faceless is a supernatural mystery set around a cursed city and an unearthly creature known as The Soulrender. Players must work together to gather a series of dolls and set the souls within free, whilst also attempting to survive the wounded yet powerful threat that lurks.

"Family is important, wouldn't you agree?"

  • Multiplayer

    Four friends must enter Wakeland City to search for Daniel North, but when they learn that the city is full of Dolls that have souls trapped within them, they decide to heed Daniel North's directions on delivering the Dolls to the Ritual Zones around the city as a means to drive the Soulrender away. Discover hidden clues from Daniel North, Elijah Grey, and Henry North in the form of digital/cassette recordings to learn what caused the infamous 'Bear Valley Tragedy'.

  • North Rising - Mini Campaign

    North Rising is a single player Prologue to Faceless, which follows Elijah Grey (Sam A. Mowry) as he makes his way towards the Fallen Grace Church in order to search for Daniel. He must find out if the Sorrowvirus was successful in destroying the Soulrender and survive the Anomalies that gather at the Asylum underneath the church. When signs begin to appear that something inexplicable happened here, Elijah must work his way carefully around the Anomalies that lurk through the Asylum and try to escape.

  • Purgatory - Mini Campaign

    Purgatory is a single player Epilogue to Faceless, as you take control of the signature character behind Faceless; Daniel North. You must guide Daniel through Purgatory as he remembers the pivotal moments that occurred before his downfall and find your way out from the ever-changing, timeless place. Anomalies return in Purgatory as Daniel roams through a warped version of his childhood home, and other important places in his life.

    "Set Them Free."

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