Secret Neighbor review
Secret Neighbor is a multiplayer action-horror game by a Russian indie developer Dynamic Pixels and tinyBuild. Additionally, it is a spin-off of the popular Hello Neighbor franchise. Now all of the fun and fear are generated by players directly during the games.
It has a small debut, but it mostly describes the new characters to allow you to know what you could do. Several new character classes are endowed with different traits and skills. All of them are divided between team members to make each participant in the group almost indispensable. While a single child can detect these keys' locations, the other person has special skills to take the staff towards the objective.
For example, an engineer can craft various helpful things, such as torches, which are crucial for gameplay. Each match's roles are distributed, which means that you can be sure there won't be two same players on your session. The only thing that you cannot predict is that it will be the Neighbor. This job will always be assigned randomly, so anyone in your team can play this monster. The frightening thing is that the Neighbor can trigger his cryptic machines to disguise and look like simple objects or even your group members.
Controls - 10/10
Secret Neighbor control scheme is designed for quick online interactions. All the actions can easily be accessible independently in the input type you choose.
Layout - 10/10
The latest version of Secret Neighbor is powered with precisely the same engine as the first game so that you can expect the same quality on both Xbox One and PC. The engine is optimized for multiplayer, so you'll be pleased by smoothness even if you're a lover of rapid FPS. The overall type of the game is quite cartoonish and a little surrealistic, which is just great.
As an alternative, you can get the game through Xbox Game Pass for free if you are fortunate enough to catch it on time. I think this price is quite too large, but the amount of pure gameplay you receive is really big.