Lust from Beyond: M Edition: Free Demo Goes Public, February Release Revealed

The demo for the survival horror Lust from Beyond: M Edition has landed on Steam and, along with the new Release Date Trailer. The M-rated version of the successful 2021 title will be released on Steam, and GeForce Now on 10 February 2022, priced at $17.99 / €14.99 / ¥62, with a 10% launch discount.

Lust from Beyond: M Edition is a first-person Lovecraftian survival horror, with beautiful visuals inspired by Giger and Beksinski. The game offers a dark, provocative story told within a gameplay varying between exploration, combat, sneaking, puzzle solving, and interaction with NPCs.

You are Victor Holloway, an antiquarian tormented by visions of a sinister land, where there's no difference between pain and pleasure. To unravel the true meaning of your dreams, you join the esoteric Cult of Ecstasy.

What Is the M Edition?

The base version of the game was rated Adult Only due to its explicit content. Despite its limited visibility, the game recouped its production cost within 72 hours and became a cult hit.

The M Edition is the same game tastefully tailored for a wider audience. M stands for the new Mature rating, but also for the many motifs of the Lust universe. The omnipresent Mystery, the iconic Masks, and overwhelming Madness.

The M Edition contains the following changes from the Adult Only edition:

  • Some models have been changed to tastefully cover nudity while staying faithful to the themes and setting.

  • Some scenes have been rearranged to keep their meaning but reduce the explicit factor.

  • Some animations and scene framing have been changed to meet the Mature rating requirements.


  • New, more accessible version of the fan-favorite Lovecraftian horror

  • Focused on the beloved story and gameplay, with less shocking content

  • Story told from a cult member’s perspective

  • Run, hide, sneak or fight using survival horror mechanics

  • Setting and style inspired by the works of Lovecraft, Giger, and Beksinski

  • Meaningful choices and elements of RPG-like progression

  • Mind-bending puzzles to test your wits

  • Sound recorded on-location in derelict period buildings

13. Januar 2022, von Markus 'Markus S.' Schaffarz


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