Song of Horror: The Psychological Horror Comes To Consoles [VIDEO]

It was announced at Gamescom that Song of Horror will also be released on consoles in October a few months after the PC version.


This 2020 is being quite terrifying in itself but, sometimes, it does not hurt to add a little more fear. In a more fun way, we can do it with Song of Horror, the Raiser Games and Protocol Games game that has confirmed its arrival on PS4 and Xbox One for next October 29. It will come out at a price of 39.99 euros with all the content that PC users have been able to receive to date, a platform on which it was published exclusively.


The game will hit consoles just a year after the release of its first two episodes on Steam. An episodic game that has been completing its adventure over the months and that will arrive complete on desktop consoles. He does it on an ideal date to plan a Halloween plan in which, probably, we can not leave the house.

To celebrate the launch, a new trailer for Song of Horror has been published with which, if you did not know the adventure, you can get a better idea of ​​the psychological terror that this proposal developed by Protocol Games and edited by Raiser Games carries as its banner.

Inspired by sagas such as Project Zero, the game takes us to face The Presence, an entity from which we must flee or hide since we will not be able to face it. On the way to salvation, we will have to solve complex puzzles to help us reach the end.

Source: 3DJuegos

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