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Witch Hunt – Review

Witch Hunt – Review

Witch Hunt is a first person horror game set in the 18th century. The game was made by a single person Andrii Vintsevych, and a game made by one person it is a very well made game. The dark setting, spooky looking visuals and the various beasts this game holds makes it ideal for any monster slayer. The game is set in the town of Bellville. The town has a major monster problem which is caused due to the nearby evil forest. As a monster hunter driven by revenge you must enter this evil forest and rid Bellvile of this problem. 

While the story of the game barely extends beyond that, the game’s setting echo almost a theme park with a real monster problem. There is no one monster in Witch Hunt to get rid of they come in many shapes and sizes from a plant that splits open to demons that fly. The games controls and shooting mechanics deliver a very human feel to the character which increases the stakes of combat. The game also has RPG elements through a financial system and though skill system. 

Platform- PC
Price- 349 Rs
Developer- Andrii Vintsevych
Publisher- Andrii Vintsevych


  • Beautiful setting for a horror game.
  • RPG elements in an open world horror game was unique
  • Variety of monster 


  • Story needs more work
  • Gameplay controls could have been better.

Score: 8/10

Witch Hunt is a challenging horror themed hunting game that takes place in the 18th century. Main focus of the game is on exploration, non-linearity, and atmosphere. Witch Hunt features lite RPG elements in form of a financial system and a skill system.

You play as a witch hunter who took the task of eliminating all evil that settled in the woods near the town of Bellville. To achieve your goals, you’ll be able to use weapons, magic, and other tools that can be found and bought.

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