‘Creepshow’ Video Game Slated For Release In 2024

by Thomas Tuna

The Creep wants to play a game.

DreadXP–the horror production label behind such video games as The Mortuary Assistant and the Dread X Collection series–is developing a game based on the hit Shudder horror anthology Creepshow, according to a report on comicbook.com.

Brian Clarke–developer of The Mortuary Assistant–will serve as creative director of the Creepshow game, which is expected to be available sometime in 2024.

Clarke said he’s “extremely excited to be a part of this project. I’ve always loved Creepshow’s format, and the idea of driving the cohesion of multiple perspectives on horror is really compelling to me.”

Creepshow–a Shudder original based on the 1982 George A. Romero film–has aired three seasons so far, with a fourth planned for next year. In the show, The Creep presents darkly grim horror stories from the pages of the Creepshow comic book. Each story evokes the elements of the comic, as the original film did.

Keep reading Horror News Network for further updates on the Creepshow video game.


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