South of Midnight Gameplay Revealed, Releases 2025

Compulsion Games’s South of Midnight has received a new gameplay trailer and preview and confirmation that the game will be released in 2025.

South of Midnight was first revealed during the Xbox Games Showcase in 2023. You can watch the new gameplay trailer and preview below:

The official description reads, “South of Midnight is a new third person action-adventure from Compulsion Games. When a hurricane rips through Prospero, Hazel is pulled into a Southern Gothic world where reality and fantasy are interwoven, and ancient creatures from folklore emerge.”

The game is set to release on Xbox Series S|X and on PC and will be coming to Game Pass.

The Steam’s description reads, “From the creators of Contrast and We Happy Few, South of Midnight is a spellbinding third-person action-adventure game set in the American Deep South. As Hazel, you will explore the mythos and encounter creatures of Southern folklore in a macabre and fantastical world. When disaster strikes her hometown, Hazel is called to become a Weaver: a magical mender of broken bonds and spirits. Imbued with these new abilities, Hazel will confront and subdue dangerous creatures, untangle the webs of her own family’s shared past and -if she’s lucky – find her way to a place that feels like home.”

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  1. Ok hopefully that’s locked in makes me wonder where Double Fine’s new game is at?

  2. My only real concern for the game is its artistic style choice of going for this stop motion aesthetic. It looks nice and clearly a lot of effort has been put into the style, but I don’t know how that would translate for a long game session as might seem a bit sickly, especially at 60fps. Unless they maybe lock the game at 30fps.

  3. Contraband and State Of Decay 3 were shown before this why no gameplay reveal of those?

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