Omen of Sorrow second time-limited demo now available

Zafkiel, Gabriel, and Adam playable.

Omen of Sorrow

AOne Games has released a second, time-limited demo for horror-themed fighting game Omen of Sorrow for PlayStation 4 via the PlayStation Store in the Americas and Europe, the developer announced.

The 4.22 gigabyte demo is currently only available in Europe (United Kingdom, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, etc.), but will launch in the Americas later today.

While the first, also time-limited demo featured Zafkiel, Gabriel, and Caleb as playable characters, the second demo features Zafkiel, Gabriel, and Adam. Just like the first demo, the second demo is playable in either single-player or local multiplayer modes.

“With this demo, players will have in their hands a version of the game where we have polished many subtle details since the last public demo and event releases,” AOne co-founder and executive producer Max Kubler said in a press release.

Omen of Sorrow is due out digitally on November 6 in the Americas and Europe. A physical edition published by Soedesco will launch on the same day in Europe, while the American physical edition will follow on November 20.

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