The Quarry | Official Announce Trailer | 2K



When the sun goes down on the last night of summer camp, nine teenage counselors are plunged into an unpredictable night of horror.

The only thing worse than the blood-drenched locals and creatures hunting them are the unimaginable choices you must make to help them survive.

From 2K and masters of horror Supermassive Games, THE QUARRY releases June 10.
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FOLLOW THE QUARRY:

Play as each of the nine camp counselors in a thrilling cinematic tale, where every decision shapes your unique story from a tangled web of possibilities. Any character can be the star of the show—or die before daylight comes. How will your story unfold?

YOUR STORY, THEIR FATE
Will you dare to check what’s behind that trap door? Will you investigate the screams echoing from within the forest? Will you save your friends or desperately run for your life? Every choice, big or small, shapes your story and determines who lives to tell the tale.

A STUNNING CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE
Cutting edge facial capture and filmic lighting techniques, combined with incredible performances from an iconic ensemble cast of Hollywood talent, bring the horrors of Hackett’s Quarry to life in a pulse-pounding, cinematic thrill ride.

ENJOY THE FRIGHT WITH FRIENDS
Place your faith in up to 7 friends in online play, where invited players watch along and vote on key decisions, creating a story shaped by the whole group! Or, play together in a party horror couch co-op experience where each player picks a counselor and controls their actions.

CUSTOMIZE YOUR EXPERIENCE
Adjustable difficulty for all gameplay elements let players of any skill level enjoy the horror. And if you prefer to watch rather than play, Movie Mode lets you enjoy The Quarry as a binge-worthy cinematic thriller. Select how you want the story to unfold, kick back, and munch on some popcorn in between all the screams!

STARRING:
David Arquette as Chris
Ariel Winter as Abigail
Brenda Song as Kaitlyn
Evan Evagora as Nick
Halston Sage as Emma
Justice Smith as Ryan
Miles Robbins as Dylan
Siobhan Williams as Laura
Skyler Gisondo as Max
Zach Tinker as Jacob
Ethan Suplee as Bobby
Grace Zabriskie as Eliza
Lance Henriksen as Jedediah
Lin Shaye as Constance
Ted Raimi as Travis

25 comments

  1. I’ve completed this game today & can I just say it’s such an amazing underrated game, I loved the desion making & the outrageous twist’s, I’ll can’t wait for these creators to make another fantastic horror game, 10/10 would recommend this if u love your horror movies & games 💯 🔥🐺🩸

  2. The Multiplayer is horrible. Only the Host can control the characters. I would not recommend buying this game if your intentions are to play with friends.

  3. Very disappointed in The Quarry 👎 if you buy this game you're paying $70 for a movie not a game because all you're doing is pushing a button here and there it's not challenging enough and has very little gameplay

  4. just getting into these games, im just curious why they made this game first instead of finishing Dark Pictures Anthologies ?

  5. I kind of enjoyed Until Dawn. But playing the demo for The Quarry has completely turned me off buying this. Bland, cliched story; unusable camera angles; no real gameplay to speak of; vapid, cookie-cutter characters. Way to shoot yourself in the foot, 2K!

  6. Y’all need to come out with a patch asap so we can switch players online. It’s really pointless to sit there and watch the host play and everyone else makes decisions that has to be a majority vote or the host makes a final decision.

  7. After playing this game, I’m even more impressed with Grace Zabriskie. She takes a role and just eats it up! She’s AMAZING as Eliza!

  8. everybody i've talked to has tried to tell me im an idiot so i dont expect youtube comments to be any different, but is this… weird, to anyone else? i mean, it's pretty much an interactive movie. you could just make an interactive movie. no voice actors just actors, two choices in every situation, it's just… weird. if it were a movie, i'd think it was an awesome concept. as a game, it feels… cheap.

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