Frictional Games’ Amnesia: The Dark Descent was an astonishing hit that overwhelmed the world, because of millions of individuals checking out watch YouTubers like Pew Die Pie lose their marbles at the game’s shock.
Amnesia was essentially ideal for the medium.
What’s more, the game’s help of custom stories assumed a major part in keeping it important for such a long time.
These fan-made extensions are an ocean of conceivable outcomes, and they make returning to Amnesia a new encounter numerous years after the fact.
So assuming you’re getting the game once more, consider these astounding mods that will bring your affection for The Dark Descent back from its sleep.
15. Regulator Prompts and Small Improvements
Few out of every odd PC gamer purposes the equivalent gamepad.
Also, we who decide to reuse our PS4 or Nintendo Switch regulators merit exact acknowledgment.
This clever mod by RavenFeather will help your submersion by showing the right button prompts while you’re utilizing a DualShock 4 or Nintendo Switch Pro Controller to play Amnesia.
It likewise incorporates other minor upgrades you could need, regardless of whether you generally disapprove of your gamepad’s buttons.
These incorporate better text styles and a few new crosshair choices.
14. La Caza
Made by Team Ninja-Samurai, La Caza is a tomfoolery and connecting with mod that dominated Frictional Matches’ Best Custom Story rivalry.
I wouldn’t be guaranteed to say it’s meriting such a title. Yet, this CS was perhaps the earliest really engaging one around.
The custom music is amazing, and the designers knew how to utilize Amnesia’s vanilla resources for make a completely new encounter.
Regardless of having inconsequentially straightforward riddles, La Caza succeeds at visual narrating and interesting investigation.
It could try and unnerve you a tad if you don’t watch out.
13. White Night
Motivated by the shocking environment found in games like Silent Hill, White Night investigates the dim shadows of the human brain and the secrets of the psyche.
In the wake of making this mod, maker Tansel Altinel composed the story in a clever organization, and distributed it in his nation of origin of Turkey.
This is a demonstration of White Night’s fabulous story, which will give an entirely different mental repulsiveness feeling.
Unfortunately, the voice acting in this one is somewhat of a disappointment, which detracts from what might have been a top-level custom story.
However, still an incredible mod and totally worth an attempt.
12. The Things in the Night
You awaken to a beat on the entryway on a dim roaring evening.
Outside, you track down just a note – it’s from your sibling.
It seems your father has gone crazy, and no one but you can save your family from his dull expressions.
Destruction 2299’s “The Things in the Night” is one of those fabulous mods that considers every contingency.
The visuals are amazing, the conditions are significantly dreadful, and, however the account is no Shakespearean misfortune, it’s astonishing and simple to follow.
11. Followed by Death
Maker JMFStorm transforms Amnesia into an activity game with Followed By Death – highlighting straightforward riddles, quick activity, and heaps of beasts to run from.
Subsequent to becoming caught in the Old Harman’s Castle, you’ll need to track down Francis Harman (master of the palace) and sort out some way to get away from the prison alive.
While the story is nothing exceptional, the game’s level plan is heavenly.
Each thing and note is correct where it should be. Furthermore, they work really hard of directing the player through the situation.
It’s quick and painless, and the voice acting is strong, so there’s no great explanation to skirt this one.
10. The Four Horsemen
On the off chance that you like story-weighty custom experiences, Titan Core’s The Four Horsemen is an easy decision.
You’ll play as Alastair, a specialist during the 1800s who becomes fixated on the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.
At the point when reports of their appearance proclaiming the finish of times arrive at Alastair, he chooses to assume control over issues – and figure out how to stop them.
This story is exceptionally imaginative. Also, it highlights incredible level plan that shows scrupulousness (and particularly tolerance) with respect to the advancement group.
The riddles are testing however available, and the visuals are up there as well as anyone.
9. Amnesia: Through the Portal
Quite possibly of the most novel story thought I’ve run over while evaluating Amnesia custom stories is DamnNoHtml’s Through the Portal, which investigates what might have happened just after the game’s Portal Ending.
It begins just after you go through the entry into an outsider existence where you’ll figure out the mysteries of the Orb, the Guardian, and Alexander.
The conditions are a long ways from Amnesia’s dull halls.
All things being equal, it appears as though you’d expect The Doctor’s home planet of Gallifrey to look like in Dr. Who.
It’s not really an unnerving custom story. Yet, the visuals are incredible, and the notes recount an engaging story.
8. Obscuration: Necrologue
The improvement group at CounterCurrent Games all affection Frictional Games’ Penumbra – to such an extent that they chose to make an informal continuation as a custom story on Amnesia’s motor.
Necrologue starts right where Penumbra: Requiem left off, and will set you in opposition to a few exemplary foes from the first series.
It has astute riddle configuration, however tracking down the correct method for advancing could feel like the hardest riddle because of the scant clues.
In any case, it’s a must-play in the event that you enjoyed the first Penumbra.
7. Obscuration: Twilight of the Archaic
Presently assuming that you like Necrologue, you’ve have to circle back to Penumbra: Twilight of the Archaic, the last part in the continuation made by CounterCurrent Games.
It functions as an extra to Necrologue, so you’ll need to introduce that first.
Furthermore, this story gets right the latest relevant point of interest. Furthermore, the voice acting is far better this time.
While it’s more limited than the main part, it’s additionally more engaged and better generally speaking.
This mod feels substantially more like real Penumbra than Necrologue. The conditions are environmental, and it shows the designer’s advancement between the two games.
6. Predetermination Rebellion
Maker Umbakarna gets us the principal part the Destiny duology – Rebellion.
This popular Amnesia CS accomplishes the ideal center ground among loathsomeness and amusement.
You’ll be enchanted for a large portion of the four-drawn out crusade, loaded with custom beasts, new things, and inventive new guides to investigate.
The last manager experience is a feature, as well.
You’ll likewise play as the beasts for several scenes during the mission – a pleasant, significant touch.
5. Fate Revenant
Delivered two years after the first, Destiny Revenant brings business as usual innovative level plan and high creation values.
It’s one of the longest custom stories around, with north of 48 guides to investigate, and around seven hours of content spread across nine parts.
There are likewise a noteworthy measure of side-missions that exhibit maker Umbakarna’s innovativeness.
The illustrations are likewise exciting here, which makes inundation simpler, and adds a ton to the loathsomeness nature of these dull and spurned conditions.
4. Key to Freedom
Quite possibly of the most balanced custom story I’ve gone over is Key to Freedom, which nails the creepy environment and nitty gritty level plan required for a truly incredible Amnesia-like insight.
The story is retaining, and the old structure is the ideal setting for a thrilling and profound loathsomeness story.
There are even some jumpscares to a great extent – however none of the modest Five Nights at Freddy’s stuff.
Key to Freedom helps a ton from engineer MXDash’s imagination, found in the various contrivances and mechanics that you’ll run into as you clear your path through this experience.
The spooky sculpture that follows the hero is a frightful touch straight out of It Follows (2014).
Amadeus recounts the tale of Cornelius Campbell, a has-been stage performer who digs into the mysterious in his mission to make a demonstration that will bring the groups back.
It’s dreadful, vivid, and includes probably the best voice acting I’ve heard in an Amnesia CS.
The designer put a ton of detail into every one of the notes giving the origin story to Cornelius’ issue.
The riddles are likewise difficult and remarkable, so assuming you’re into puzzle tackling, you’ll partake in this.
2. Amnesia: The Dark Descent Remastered
At the point when a designer recognizes the significance of a fan-made add-on, you know there’s something uniquely great in it.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent Remastered is a broad visual redesign for this exemplary loathsomeness game.
It replaces the game’s base surfaces with top quality other options, further develops molecule impacts, and significantly further develops haze.
There are likewise intelligent floors now, which is a pleasant piece of beautiful sight.
Cockroaches are at this point not radioactive, and glass windows are, you know, really transparent.
We underestimate a great deal nowadays.
1. The Great Work
There has only occasionally been a mod that is so very much depicted by its title as “The Great Work”.
This great custom story by Damascus7 gives you a role as Charles Longden, an excavator concentrating on a neglected palace town in Germany.
At the point when your accomplice Jane vanishes after a progression of quakes exuding from the palace, you choose to dive into the monster’s throat.
The Great Work utilizes environment and tension wonderfully to make you into a frightened wreck.
It includes elegantly composed noticed that fully explore the plot, and the voice acting adds a ton to the experience.
With four endings and north of seven hours of interactivity, this CS feels more like an authority extension than a mod.