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Martha Is Dead. And that seems like an awful shame. Martha is also leaving behind a twin sister who wants to find out the truth of her murder. Martha may or may not have fallen prey to something supernatural. Martha is possibly metaphorically or literally linked to the spectre of war in 1944 Tuscany. Martha is certainly extremely creepy, as you can see in the trailer below.
LKA, the developer behind harrowing narrative experience The Town of Light, has unveiled its next endeavour: first-person psychological thriller Martha is Dead, which is currently expected to release some time next year.
Like The Town of Light before it, Martha is Dead seeks to ground its narrative (which offers a mix of "history, superstition, and psychological distress", according to LKA) using real locations and events. This time, however, the story unfolds in Tuscany, 1944, as the conflict between German and Allied forces during the second World War wages on.
Following the discovery of a drowned woman in the area, her twin sister - the daughter of a German soldier - is forced to deal with "the acute trauma of loss, while the truth of the brutal murder is shrouded by mysterious folklore and the extreme horror of war draws ever closer."