Parents need to know that Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is an upcoming third-person survival horror game for Windows PCs. This is a sequel to 2019's Daymare 1998, and focuses on Dahlia Reyes, an operative working with a group known as H.A.D.E.S., or Hexacore Advanced Division for Extraction and Search. Reyes is tasked with tracking down and finding a fellow unit commander named foster, who's managed to survive an attack by a group of commandos known as Section 8 at a secret military research facility. Unfortunately for her and her squad, they are attacked by a group of monsters, which separates Reyes from her group and forces her to retreat to a hanger to figure out her next move. Unfortunately for her, she's only got a limited amount of time to rest, as she's hunted down by both soldiers and monsters alike. Reyes will need to use her skills, her weapons, and a significant amount of luck to survive the horrors that await her. As an operative, Dahlia will rely upon a scanner that can detect and analyze items in the environment, giving her access to documents, highlighting dropped objects, and marking puzzles to be solved. She'll also be able to use a Data Interchange Device, or D.I.D. to manage her inventory during her adventure. To protect herself against threats, Reyes has her trusty shotgun and machine gun to take out enemies. But the creatures in this facility are somewhat hardier than soldiers, and will even have the ability to shrug off bullets if they get overcharged by electromagnetic energy. Even worse, if you don't fully take off a monster's head or blast it to pieces, they may come back to life when you least expect it to kill you. To overcome these threats, players will need to use an item called a Frost Grip, which can launch frozen bullets, spray an area with a cold mist, and create frozen finishing move strikes. Players can expect to run into lots of blood and gore as they engage in battle against monsters and soldiers, and will see bodies strewn across the floor as well as blood splatter in the environment. Players will also find a lot of frequent profanity, with "ass," "s—t," and "f—k" often used in dialogue.