Until Dawn a survival horror game which was announced for PlayStation 3 and was supposedly cancelled has now re-surfaced and the rumor suggests that it will be coming to PlayStation 4 and Sony’s Project Morpheus.
In an interview with Polygon, head of Sony World Wide Studios Shuhei Yoshida confirmed that the game is indeed in development.
That would be very interesting, because it’s a horror game, and the people are tweeting to me, ‘I want to play Outlast in Morpheus. I think that’s, in terms of genre, that’s a really good fit. If you really want to make serious games for Morpheus, the game design would be really, really different.
The plot of the game revolves around a bunch of classmates who decide to spend the night in a log cabin on the anniversary of their friend’s death at that place, not knowing that a serial killer is out to take them out one by one.
There are supposed to be multiple playable characters in the game, which will give an interesting perspective to a horror genre.
Until Dawn was first announced two years back in 2012 and is described on the game’s website as:
Inspired by classic movies in the genre, we expect that Until Dawn will draw you in with its characters, killer dialogue and shocking, twisted story.
However, there is still no information on what platform we will be playing Until Dawn on. Also no official release date has been announced but it doesn’t look like it will arrive before 2015.
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