Requires Layers of Fear (base game) to use this DLC
Time takes its toll on everything that surrounds us. It destroys what is physical, crumbling even the sturdiest foundations, and it destroys our minds—our memories—shaping and twisting them into something new. You are never ready to face the past, but the past never lets you go. And so I find myself at the door, the handle disturbingly cold to the touch. I pull it open and enter what was once a place of solitude turned nightmare. I’m home, Father.
Layers of Fear: Inheritance expands the plot from Layers of Fear and tells the story of the painter’s daughter, who comes back to her childhood home to face her past. Can she forgive her father, or will she resent all that has happened? Relive her experiences and witness the full scope of the tragedy that has swallowed up the family.
Lead the daughter through what’s left of the mansion and take part in the madness that her father bestowed upon the whole family. Face the memories of her past and shape them into the destiny that awaits her.
I’m home, Father.
Layers of Fear: Inheritance expands the plot from Layers of Fear and tells the story of the painter’s daughter, who comes back to her childhood home to face her past. Lead the daughter through what’s left of the mansion and take part in the madness that her father bestowed upon the whole family. Can she forgive her father, or will she resent all that has happened?
Layers of Fear Inheritance is an DLC for the base game, while it's not very long but it's still interesting interpretation of the story from the standpoint of the daughter of main protagonist. One must admit that while the developers enforces the mechanisms known from the base version, it is a pleasant breeze of freshness, because of being horribly different from most of the commercially available titles.
Layers of Fear Inheritance is a DLC add on to the main game that has you playing as the daughter of Layers of Fear's main character who has returned to her childhood home. The positives from the main game remain such as the atmosphere, graphics, and sound but there have been improvements with you controlling a more relatable character, exploring the world as an adult and as a child, and with the addition of enemies that can kill you. If you die you will reload in a nearby spot but actually having something to threaten you does improve the atmosphere and your ability to feel fear. You also have a more focused path through the game rather than spending time backtracking. The DLC is not that long but there are multiple endings to obtain and the low price will still give you good value for your money. Worth a look if you enjoyed the main game.
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