Press Release: Freesphere Entertainment reveals Necropolis Suite

Press Release: Freesphere Entertainment reveals Necropolis Suite

Debut trailer and game reveal for cosmic horror game.

Warrington, UK – 16th August 2021 – Independent game developer Freesphere Entertainment have announced their first title Necropolis Suite.

Necropolis Suite, is an immersive narrative-driven cosmic horror game about discovery, knowledge, and the meaning of transcendence. Can you escape the terror that lurks in the suite?

Whitechapel, London, 1886. Deep in the city’s infamous east end stands a house, perched on the borders of this twisted dreamscape we call reality. Within these chambers, sheltered by shadow from the prying eyes of the city, Frederick Ulaevan probes the fringes of understanding in an attempt to uncover the occult truths of the universe.

You are JP Chambers, a Detective for the newly created Metropolitan Police Force based out of Whitechapel. When the mad Ulaevan turns himself in, raving about dark visions and unspeakable secrets, you must go to his estate and discover what has actually taken place within the impossible twists and loops of the architecture.

It is said that madness is repetition, and you must navigate a cycle of insanity as you acquire forbidden knowledge on your quest for the truth. The more you learn, however, the more you lose your grip on reality. Succumbing to madness will start your journey over, but you keep the knowledge you’ve gained, using it to get a little further, to learn a bit more before insanity inevitably overtakes you once more.

Live. Learn. Die. Transcend.

Necropolis Suite s a truly immersive horror adventure blending classic Lovecraftian narrative with German expressionism and Soulsborne sensibilities lovingly enveloped in the gaslight romanticism of Victorian England.

Necropolis Suite brings fresh ideas to the narrative horror space.



For more information about Freesphere Entertainment contact Paul Younger

About Freesphere

Freesphere is a small independent game developer based in Warrington founded by Mark Gregory in 2019 focusing on horror themes and narrative experiences.

It’s Freesphere’s belief that video games are only just beginning to scratch the surface of their potential as a storytelling medium. Deep and emotional storytelling in games mixed with compelling game mechanics is what drives Freesphere’s creativity. Freesphere wants players to have fun with their games but also be emotionally invested in the worlds they create.