The latest trailer for thechineseroom's upcoming horror title, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs, features in-game footage of the eerie survivor horror as well as a request from the developers for recorded screams to include in the soundtrack of the game.
"We are on the hunt for the sounds of fear, panic, terror, anguish, torture and horrid, awful death," reads a note accompanying the video's release on publisher Frictional Games' YouTube channel.
Those interested in participating are asked to send files in .wav, .ogg, or .mp3 formats to email@example.com.
Amnesia: A Machine of Pigs is scheduled to come to PC next year. The game's original launch date was pushed back from the scheduled release of Halloween 2012, it was announced in July. The title is a follow up to Frictional Games' PC horror title Amnesia: The Dark Descent and will take place in a Victorian-based setting.
thechineseroom previously worked on the experimental first-person title Dear Esther.