Publisher PlayWay S.A., the ones who were once behind the controversial game Agony, and developer Movie Games Lunarium, best known for Lust for Darkness, released a new trailer for Lust from Beyond. The forthcoming Victorian mansion-based title exploring cults, otherworldly erotic entities, and orgies will release sometime soon for PC via Steam.
The game in question, Lust from Beyond, takes cues from Austro-Hungarian born author Arthur Schnitzler’s 1926 novel Traumnovelle (Dream Story), wherein the novella became popular due to Stanley Kubrick’s 1999 film Eyes Wide Shut.
Lust from Beyond also sports artwork and inspiration from H.P. Lovecraft, H.R. Giger, and Zdzisław Beksiński’s work. The title is also somewhat of an homage to Brian Yuzna and Stuart Gordon’s extra-dimensional horror film, From Beyond. Moreover, this game will have players exploring a world where there are no limits to dark ecstasy.
I should note that if you want to get down and dirty in this twisted Victorian world filled with flesh and sexual pleasure, do know that it is not a walking simulator according to the devs:
You can hunker down between the walls of flesh until you find ecstasy through visual enjoyment by checking out the erotic, psychological horror game’s latest Kickstarter gameplay trailer right here:
“Lust from Beyond is a psychological horror with occult and erotic themes. The game creators are Movie Games Lunarium, developers of Lust for Darkness – the game that proved it is possible to create a liaison of erotica and horror. Now, thanks to the experience gained in the previous production, Movie Games Lunarium is returning with Lust from Beyond, opening the door to a realistic world full of desire, fascination and fear.”
If you aren’t a fan of Lust from Beyond’s graphics or resemblance to Agony, it’s safe to say that the devs still have time to work on the sequel to the 2018 erotic occult game, Lust for Darkness.
In the meantime, you can learn more about this game by paying its Steam page a visit.