A computer game motivated by the Maryland-based blood and gore movie "The Blair Witch Project" is set to be available on PCs and Xboxes in later this August. According to foreign news outlet reports, the game was declared over the weekend at a computer game gathering in Los Angeles. The game will draw on occasions from the 1999 film. As indicated by the trailer, the game pursues an investigator's quest for a missing individual in the midst of otherworldly events.
“I'm not a gamer. I don't have anything against computer games, I've quite recently never been attracted to them like others. So, I may need to make an exemption for Blair Witch, another game set in the realm of the blood and gore movie establishment. I'm a Blair Witch fan (I even love Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2), and I think this looks pretty darn creepy – despite the fact that that pooch better make it out sound,” said a video gamer.
It is pertinent to note that this isn't the primary Blair Witch computer game. In 2000, a Blair Witch game appeared solely for Microsoft Windows. There were three volumes: Blair Witch Volume I: Rustin Parr, Blair Witch Volume II: The Legend of Coffin Rock, and Blair Witch Volume III: The Elly Kedward Tale.
“Blair Witch Project” was shot in areas of Maryland, including the town of Burkittsville. The film pursues a group of undergrads as they make a narrative in the Maryland woods about the legend of the Blair Witch.
It's 1996. A young man vanishes operating at a Forest close Burkittsville, Maryland. Ellis, a previous cop with a vexed past, joins the hunt. What begins as a customary examination before long transforms into an unending bad dream as you go up against your feelings of trepidation and the Blair Witch, a strange power that frequents the forested areas.
The low-budget film earned a reputation as a cult classic that popularized the “found footage” horror genre.
The Blair Witch game, which was created by Bloober Team, makers of Layers of Fear, will be accessible on Xbox One and PC on August 31.