Soma release date revealed in extended gameplay footage

Amnesia dev's follow-up coming to PC, PS4 in September.

Soma, the upcoming survival horror from Amnesia: The Dark Descent developer Frictional Games, launches on 22nd September.

Soma is headed to PC, Mac plus Linux via Steam, and also to PlayStation 4 as a digital-only title.

The game's story is set in a dilapidated deep sea research facility - think BioShock meets Dead Space.

"While Soma is certainly a supernatural experience, it's much more grounded in the real world with its hard sci-fi angle," Jeffrey Matulef wrote last year in Eurogamer's Soma preview.

"Aside from the occasional utterance from its lead character, Soma remains every bit as unsettling and mysterious as Frictional's previous efforts."

See how it looks in action below:

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