DARQ: Complete Edition for PS4, Xbox One, and PC launches December 4

PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and Switch versions due out in early 2021.

DARQ: Complete Edition

Psychological horror game DARQ: Complete Edition will launch for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC via Steam and GOG on December 4 for $19.99 / €19.99 / £15.49, publisher Feardemic and developer Unfold Games announced.

As previously announced, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and Switch versions of DARQ: Complete Edition are due out in early 2021.

Users who already own DARQ for PC will be automatically upgraded to DARQ: Complete Edition, and users who purchase the PlayStation 4 or Xbox Series versions will receive a free upgrade to the native PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series version upon release.

Here is an overview of the game, via Feardemic:

DARQ: Complete Edition is the complete version of Unfold Games’ award-winning spooky puzzle game, DARQ, which looks and feels like something straight out of a Tim Burton film.

DARQ is a psychological horror that tells the story of Lloyd, a boy who finds himself in the middle of a lucid nightmare, unable to wake up. While exploring the darkest corners of his subconscious, Lloyd learns how to survive the nightmare by bending the laws of physics and manipulating the fluid fabric of the dream world.

In addition to the base game, DARQ: Complete Edition includes two downloadable content packs: “The Tower,” a mysterious structure filled with new puzzles and secrets, as well as “The Crypt,” the final content expansion of DARQ, twice as big as “The Tower.” It introduces the most challenging puzzles in the game, never-before-seen mechanics, new achievements, shocking twists, and big surprises.

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