Indie Game The Flock is an Odd Duck

 I can only sum up The Flock from Vogelsap as an odd duck. The first person asymmetrical multiplayer horror game drops Q3 2015. The major difference here is every time a player dies in the game, one life will be removed from the total population of the “Flock.”
When the Flock’s population hits zero, no one will be able to buy the game ever again. When this happens only the players who already bought The Flock will get to participate in what Vogelsap is calling a “cinematic finale.”

developers has said

“After the ending, the game will go offline permanently and no longer be playable,”

A representative at Vogelsap has also stated

“The game will not be playable offline. It is online multiplayer only.”

There is no news on the cost of the game just yet. Regardless The Flock is a strange one indeed, this could turn out disastrous or possibly an interesting marketing gimmick.

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