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Song of Horror is Coming to Xbox One and PS4 in 2020

Song of Horror
Song of Horror

Protocol Games announces that a complete edition of Song of Horror, featuring all five terrifying episodes, will be coming to consoles next year.

Although just two of Song of Horror‘s five episodes have been released on PC so far, with a third arriving this Friday, Protocol Games plan to launch the “Complete Edition” on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (as well as PC) in the second quarter of 2020.

Players on PC who purchase the Song of Horror Founder Limited Edition, which includes access to all five episodes as they’re released, will also recieve the same updates and DLC included in the Complete Edition. You’d better be quick if you want to grab this deal though, because the Founder Limited Edition will pulled from sale at the end of the month.

The advanced AI behind Song of Horror‘s sinister paranormal entity known as The Presence will adapt to the way you play, stalking you at every turn as you uncover the mystery surrounding a missing writer and a strange music box. To add to the tension, if your character dies, they stay dead. A new character will have to pick up where you left off, bringing a different set of skills and weaknesses to the investigation.

Episodes 1 and 2 of Song of Horror are currently available on PC, with Episode 3 coming on December 13th and a Complete Edition for PC, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One arriving in quarter two of 2020. For more information about the game, head to the Raiser Games website.




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