Posted by Raine Hutchens on Nov 23, 2011

Afterfall: InSanity ‘Enviro’ Trailer Explores Nuclear Fallout

The latest trailer for PC survival shooter, Afterfall: InSanity, gives us a deeper look into a world recovering from nuclear fallout. The trailer is called “Enviro,” and in it you’ll see a destroyed city full of hidden mystery offering a variety of gameplay. Within this recovering world lie many secrets, including some horrific nightmares.

The Enviro trailer features exciting gameplay inside the shelter and amongst the city ruins, and you’ll feel symbolic meaning once you step foot outside of said shelter. Special effects, boosted via the Unreal Engine technology, make Afterfall: InSanity an experience that you won’t soon forget.

The game’s demo is now available for download, and tons of players have already been stomping through it. Afterfall: InSanity has gone gold, and the latest version has been approved for distribution via OnLive. This means the finalization of the completed copy is drawing ever so much more close. Another great thing about the latest trailer is that it showcases some of the game’s amazing music written by Pedro Macedo Comacho. This is great because all players who pre-ordered a copy of the game get a free copy of the soundtrack. Take a peek at the trailer below, and head on over to the game’s official site for more information.

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