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The new Blair Witch gameplay trailer is pretty dang scary

I’ll have you know I only closed my eyes twice during the trailer.

Blair witch game e3 2019
Image: Bloober Team

I don’t do scary games, but I might have to make an exception for the upcoming Blair Witch title that was first announced during E3 2019.

Now, Bloober Team, the studio behind the project has released a new gameplay trailer that highlights some of the controls – and scares.

Check out the Blair Witch gameplay trailer here

After watching the trailer, I have but one thought: PROTECT THAT PUP AT ALL COSTS.

Other than that, you get an idea of some of the controls you’ll have in relation to your investigative companion and your almost Nokia-looking phone that is used to stay in communication with your friend. From the trailer, we see a radial dial is used to command your dog and certain sequences show you using a camera (like the original shaky-cam movie) to propel the gameplay and story forward.

It will be interesting to see how the game plays when it releases on August 30, 2019.

It is scheduled for a PC and Xbox One release. There is currently a Steam link for the title, but the end of the trailer just shows a “PC Digital” and Xbox One release, which has some wondering if it will end up being an Epic Games exclusive. We’ve reached out for comment.

What do you think? Interested in this new horror game? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.

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