Until Dawn is Now Coming to PlayStation 4 Instead of PS3

By   /   Aug 12, 2014

Until Dawn, the horror title that was originally announced for PlayStation 3 a couple of years back has now been re-revealed at Gamescom and will be making its way to PlayStation 4 sometime in the future.

The game revolves around eight youngsters who wanted to spend one night together just to enjoy, but things do not go according to plan and now everyone is in danger.

The developers of the game emphasize that your choice in the game will have a direct impact on the game’s story and if you make a wrong decision, you may lose all of the main characters in the game.

So far, there aren’t many details available on how the actual gameplay of the title will work, but Sony is focusing a lot on Until Dawn and we will surely hear more about it in the upcoming months.

Until Dawn currently has no release date, but it doesn’t look like that it is going to release before 2015.

What do you think of the re-reveal of the horror title? Are you excited?

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