The follow-up to horror adventure Maid of Sker is a co-op shooter, for some reason

Maid of Sker is an extremely British horror game that sounds a lot like a Frictional outing: It’s set in 1898, and tells the tale of “a family empire driven by torture, slavery, piracy and a supernatural mystery.” It’s based on Welsh folklore, and is set in a real-life historical building in Wales known as Sker House. And it’s apparently pretty good: It has a 69/100 aggregate score on Metacritic and a “very positive” user review rating on Steam.

To build on that success, developer Wales Interactive announced a followup today called Sker Ritual. But it’s not a horror game—for some reason, it’s a “co-op survival FPS.” Flashes of the new game in the all-too-brief teaser appear similar to Maid of Sker—a dark forest outside a burning cabin, a turn-of-the-20th-century parlor—but the guns and plentiful enemies look more like something lifted from Painkiller. It will support solo play and co-op action for up to four, and in case there was any doubt it is not a direct sequel but a “spiritual successor.”

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