There have been a lot of survival-horror games that have been instrumental for the genre, and one of these has been <em>Last Year<\/em>. It's an online multiplayer where friends can team up and go at it against monsters. It's a pretty thrilling and addicting game that has been exclusively on the Discord Store. Well, that time is about to end.\r\n\r\nStarting in December, <em>Last Year<\/em> will be available on the Steam platform. That's great news if you frequent the Steam platform regularly and are looking for a unique online multiplayer to spend some time with.<em> Last Year<\/em> was developed by Elastic Games. As mentioned earlier, it lets you team up with four other players who can then battle against a sixth player controlling a monster. You might remember this formula in <em>Friday the 13th: The Game<\/em> and <em>Dead by Daylight<\/em>. Both games have this same formula; it's one that works quite well even still today.\r\n\r\nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=ccWpZdGexvg\r\n\r\nThe story in this game is particularly unique, which can be attributed to the developers using a lot of inspiration from some of the most iconic horror movies today. A group of teenagers are in their last year of high school when they suddenly find themselves in a nightmarish alternate reality after playing an occult game of cards.\r\n\r\nThey then have to quickly band together to fight off the monster (Fiend) lurking in the shadows. There are six different classes to choose from, and each one has distinct skills that will play a pivotal role in the entire team's survival. The longer you're able to survive, the more abilities and secrets you'll unlock.\r\n\r\nAs for the Fiends, you'll take a more brutal approach. Since you'll be going at the group of teenagers solo, you'll have to figure out ways to set traps and throw players off. There are a bevvy of different Fiends to choose from, which like the different classes of teenagers, have special abilities and weapons.\r\n\r\n<em>Last Year<\/em> has exceptional re-playability. As soon as you get done trying to survive as a teenager, you anxiously await your turn to be a Fiend. The dichotomy of gameplay will having you coming back time and time again. Elastic Games also did a phenomenal job using iconic archetypes for the Fiends. They're exactly what you want in an online survival-horror game.\r\n\r\nIf all of this sounds up your alley, then December 10 is a date you'll want to mark on your calendar.