You’ve heard of Surgeon Simulator, right? Well, what if that game had a horror twist? You’d probably end up with developer Woodland Games’ Autopsy Simulator (minus the infamous controls), which is described as “a self-contained, narrative-driven psychological horror experience set in 1990s New Orleans.”
Set to arrive on PC via Steam in November 2022 courtesy of Team17, Autopsy Simulator follows the story of Jack, a middle-aged pathologist whose life has taken a turn for the worse after a personal tragedy. Players will unravel a gripping mystery as Jack battles his inner demons while performing a range of medically accurate post-mortem procedures.
Seriously, Woodland Games did their homework with Autopsy Simulator by enlisting the help of real-world forensic doctors to get these autopsies as close as anatomically possible. In fact, besides the story mode, the game will also have a free play ‘Autopsy Only’ mode, which gives burgeoning pathologists a chance to hone their skills by completing unique autopsy scenarios.