Juliette Waters awakens in an empty apartment complex, surrounded by otherworldly voices whispering in the shadows,
in Sylvio 2. With a useful EVP recorder, players will have to capture what they’re hearing in the gloom around them, picking up clues, threats, and other sinister words spoken by the ghosts of the long dead.
Players are on the lookout for their missing boyfriend (who is supposed to be out looking for you), who is out somewhere in the flooded Saginaw Park. From the confines of the old, abandoned apartment complex to the open, water-logged park, players will go around these unsettling places, capturing the voices of ghosts hissing in the air. By figuring out what the phantoms are trying to say, they’ll unveil the lost, sad histories of these places, as well as hopefully find their missing loved one.
Ghosts don’t just come out and say things, though. Like in the original Sylvio, players will have to slow down, speed up, or reverse the recording to hear what is being said, slowly picking up on the garbled voices and their meanings as they work. Doing so while sitting in a dark room, the eyes of the paintings and pictures on the wall peering at you, promises an eerie experience, one heavy on frightening atmosphere.