Death Mark for PS4 and Switch additional episode titled, due out as free DLC for PS Vita

Experience to release second "spirit horror" title in summer 2018.

Death Mark

Experience has released new information about the upcoming PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of its horror adventure game Death Mark.

The PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of Death Mark will add a new episode called “Urban Legend: Little Red Riding Hood of the Rain,” which has the same volume as a chapter from the main story. In the “Spirit Spots” and event CGs that make up the setting of this story, new “monsters” will appear. A highly requested “traces” system has also been added.

Existing owners of Death Mark for PS Vita will be able to download the new episode for free from January 18 to February 1. After that, it will cost 1,000 yen.

Experience also announced that Death Mark is the first in its series of “spirit horror” games, in which it will develop games with fascinating characters and beautiful graphics themed around clammy and quiet “fear.” In summer 2018, it plans to release its second entry in the “spirit horror” series.

A live stream celebrating the announcement of the PlayStation 4 and Switch versions of Death Mark is planned for October 26 from 21:00 to 22:00 JST. It will feature producer Hajime Chikami and director Motoya Ataka. You’ll be able to watch it on Fresh.

The PlayStation 4 version of Death Mark will launch on January 18 in Japan, and the Switch version will launch in spring 2018. Each version will cost 5,800 yen at retail and 5,000 yen via download. A PlayStation 4-only limited edition including an original exclusive box, art book, and original soundtrack will also be available for 7,800 yen.

View the first set of screenshots from the PlayStation 4 version of Death Mark at the gallery.

Thanks, Famitsu.

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