Song of Horror coming to PS4, Xbox One in Q2 2020

Third chapter of PC version due out on December 13.

Song of Horror

Publisher Raiser Games and developer Protocol Games will release survival horror game Song of Horror for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in Q2 2020, the companies announced.

The third chapter of Song of Horror is due out for PC via Steam on December 13. The first two episodes are available now for $7.99 / €7.99 / £6.99 each, or as part of the Season Pass that unlocks all five planned episodes for $21.99 / €21.99 / £18.99. Additionally, players can also purchase the Founder Limited Edition for $19.99 / €19.99 / £17.14.

Here is an overview of the game, via Raiser Games:

About

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.

Key Features

  • Investigate a paranormal mystery wrapped up in a story of psychological horror.
  • Tangle with The Presence, an otherworldly entity with its own adaptive A.I. that reacts to your actions and decisions to deliver an unscripted, unpredictable slice of horror.
  • Choose between a group of unique characters, each one bringing their own point of view to play with a different relationship with both the story and other characters.
  • When characters die, they die for good, but the horror continues…
  • …with the investigation picked up by a new character, tackling the story from a unique perspective, but one affected by their predecessor’s actions.
  • Explore haunted, sinister locations to gather clues to piece together the mystery behind the missing Sebastian P. Husher.

Watch the launch trailer for the PC version below.

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