Third-person action horror game The Chant to be published by Prime Matter, launches in Q2 2022 for PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, and PC

The Chant

Prime Matter, the new publishing label under Koch Media, will publish Brass Token-developed third-person action horror game The Chant (working title) for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC in Q2 2022, the company announced. It will be available both physically and digitally.

Here is an overview of the game, via Prime Matter:

The Chant is an action horror game set on the tormented grounds of a new age cult, that fulfills players’ thrill of supernatural horrors dealing with the dark sides of spirituality and cultism, and untangles terrifying revelations about the universe.

While exploring a remote island’s twisted past, you must fight and escape the psychedelic terrors awakened by a spiritual retreat gone wrong.

“We’re excited and honored to be among the quality games being published under Koch Media’s new label,” said Brass Token CEO and creative director Mike Skupa in a press release. “Their passion for the project is inspiring, and having Koch’s global marketing and publishing expertise behind us means we can focus on our strengths to develop the best game possible.”

Koch Media global communications manager Niklas Kaeding added, “We are delighted to team up with Brass Token for this upcoming release. The Chant shows what a small but passionate team of just a few developers can achieve today. We’re looking forward to the digital and physical release of this cosmic horror setting mixed with survival action elements. The game will be a great addition for our new premium games label, and our teams in Munich and around the world are excited to support the dev team at Brass Token with all of our local and global publishing and marketing experience.”

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