Saint Kotar, the psychological horror detective adventure, is launching on PC this fall

Saint Kotar

Investigate your relative’s role in the town’s strange and macabre traditions.

Saint Kotar, a point-and-click psychological horror detective adventure developed by Soedesco and published by Red Martyr Entertainment, will be released on November 15th. The game was part of a successful Kickstarter campaign in which some supporters were given exclusive access to the Alpha and Beta versions in order to provide input for the final development of the game.

Solve this mystery that will get more complicated as you go deeper and deeper.

In this story-and-choice driven psychological horror detective game, you play as Benedek and Nikolay, two tormented pious men on the hunt for a lost relative in the old God-devoted village of Sveti Kotar. An unseen presence preys on the weak and is influenced by demon worship and witchcraft. Evidence suggests that your lost relative was engaged in the heinous killings and the occult, but what is the truth? Are you also responsible for what happened?

Switch between two realities to uncover the town’s horrifying secrets; take precautions as your choices will impact both the story and the gameplay; find hidden locations and complete side tasks to uncover the entire story; and unravel the mystery behind your relative’s involvement with the town’s bizarre and horrifying rituals.

Saint Kotar will be available on PC on October 28 via Steam, Epic Games Store, and GOG.

Watch the trailer of Saint Kotar down below.

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