Having amassed acclaim from critics and gamers alike since hitting PC via Steam last Halloween, Raiser Games and Protocol Games have announced that their fresh take on the survival horror genre, Song of Horror, will launch on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One just in time for Halloween.
Paying homage classic horror games such as Alone in the Dark, Resident Evil and Silent Hill, Song of Horror will creep onto consoles on October 29th.
The console release date announcement comes out of Gamescom 2020 edition of the Future Games Show and after the game's final episode just arrived on PC earlier this year.
As console gamers will soon discover, Song of Horror is the tale of the famed but now elusive writer Sebastian P. Husher - a man who, along with his entire family, has gone missing without rhyme or reason. The third chapter is inspired by famed survival-horror game Obscure, and once again tasks players with taking on an enemy that uses advanced AI to react to every player's move, better known as The Presence.
"It’s almost time for the next step in the Song of Horror story, and that means bringing the game we’ve spent years working on to a new audience," Ignacio Fernández, co-founder of Protocol Games, said back when a console release was announced. "Consoles have always been the traditional home of survival-horror games, so it’s great to be able to bring our entry in the genre to players who we know love these games as much as we do. We can’t wait."
Check out the announcement trailer below.