VIDEO: Maid of Sker, featured on the Future Games Show, also on YouTube (opens in new tab)
Maid of Sker (opens in new tab) was announced in 2018 as an "extremely British horror game," based on Welsh folklore about the real-life Sker House. At the Future Games Show today, developer Wales Interactive unveiled a new video showcasing first-person exploration and survival horror in a remote, and very creepy, hotel.
The game is set in the year 1898, and tells the tale of "a family empire driven by torture, slavery, piracy and a supernatural mystery." The Steam page promises a "re-imagining of famous Welsh hymns Calon Lân (A Pure Heart), Suo-Gân (Welsh Lullaby) and Ar Hyd Y Nos (All Through the Night) from the spine-chilling voice of Tia Kalmaru," which I have to admit I'm not familiar with, and also features a plot by the writers of games including Soma (opens in new tab) and Don't Knock Twice (opens in new tab).