Originally intended to launch for Xbox One today, Song of Horror has been delayed, due to the game still being in certification, publisher Raiser Games and developer Protocol Games have announced. While the PS4 version has released today as planned, the Xbox version is set to “launch very shortly”.
Song of Horror for consoles combines all five chapters of the original PC release, presenting a complete paranormal story in which you’re relentlessly pursued by a dark entity known as ‘The Presence’. Investigating the disappearance of writer Sebastian P. Husher and his family, you’ll be able to play as one of thirteen different characters, in a Lovecraftian third-person survival horror adventure.
Eschewing combat, the game involves running, hiding, and staying silent to avoid “unnerving manifestations”, who can push your chosen protagonist to the brink of insanity. You’ll have to wait a little longer to play Song of Horror on Xbox One, however, with no firm release date as yet. You can check out the launch trailer below
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