The PlayStation Plus Instant Game Collection in July will contain the PS4 teen slasher choose-your-own-adventure Until Dawn.
Until Dawn developer Supermassive Games is releasing its second Until Dawn VR spin-off. This time it's a prequel called The Inpatient.
Set 60 years before the events of Until Dawn, The Inpatient is set in the creepy Blackwood Sanatorium. As Silent Hill, Outlast, and The Evil Within have taught us, nothing good ever comes from an asylum in a video game.
Based on its reveal trailer above, The Inpatient looks like a narrative-driven adventure that's a far cry from Supermassive's previous Until Dawn VR spin-off, Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, which was an on-rails shooter centered around a hellish series of roller coasters. Our Ian Higton really liked that one.
Until Dawn developer Supermassive has revealed a new, dark, crime thriller called Hidden Agenda.
Teenage slasher choose-your-own-adventure game Until Dawn had surprising success upon its launch last year on PS4. Smarter than meets the eye, Supermassive Games' slasher affair effortlessly blended Telltale-style third-person adventure with the gory glory of the best B-movies. But it started out as a very different beast.
Two dozen PlayStation 4 games are now buy one, get one free via the PlayStation Store.
Sony has announced Until Dawn: Rush of Blood, a spin-off from the PS4 horror adventure coming exclusively to PlayStation VR.
The brief announcement, made during Sony's Paris Games Week 2015 press conference, did not include many details.
Rush of Blood will be set on a horror rollercoaster, Sony Worldwide Studios boss Shuhei Yoshida said, revealing the game's logo.
PlayStation 4 horror title Until Dawn has found itself censored in Japan.
PlayStation 4-exclusive interactive horror Until Dawn will finally launch in the UK on 28th August.
It's been a while since we last saw Until Dawn and even longer since it was first announced. Sony initially revealed the title for PlayStation 3 all the way back at Gamescom 2012, when it was shown off as a PlayStation Move game.
It has since been rejigged for standard controls and smartened up for Sony's newer console.
At The Game Awards last night Sony showed off new gameplay of its PlayStation 4 exclusive horror thriller Until Dawn.
Until Dawn, developed by the Guildford-based Supermassive Games, brings to mind David Cage games such as Heavy Rain and Beyond: Two Souls with its quick time events and scripted gameplay.
The video, below, shows a woman desperately trying to escape a masked killer. At points the player is asked to make a decision: throw the vase or run, hide under the bed or jump over it, run or stay still.
LittleBigPlanet Vita developer Supermassive Games has revealed that its teen horror adventure Until Dawn will be coming to PlayStation 4.
PlayStation 3 favourites Journey and The Unfinished Swan are headed to PlayStation 4, according to a now-removed list of titles due to be shown at Gamescom.
SCEE has released Halloween-themed trailers for its following games: Puppeteer, Until Dawn, LittleBigPlanet Karting, and Sly Cooper: Thieves in Time.
The Puppeteer trailer seems the most Halloween-y in that it's clearly inspired by Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas, something its art director Gavin Moore freely admited on the PlayStation Blog.
Sly Cooper is well-suited to the holiday as well being that it stars a guy who literally appears to be wearing a mask even when he isn't. The shady devil!
Sony's Move exclusive teen horror parody Until Dawn is being penned by a couple of Hollywood horror gurus.
Sony has demoed its recently-unveiled PlayStation 3-exclusive Until Dawn, offering a glimpse underneath the covers of its teen slasher parody.
The game, due sometime in 2013, will maroon players in the dark, fog-ridden forests of Mount Washington, and the ski lodge owned by one of the teens' rich parents.
Eurogamer witnessed a playthrough of one of the game's early chapters, entitled "If you go down in the woods today".
Sony has announced Until Dawn, a new adult horror game for PlayStation Move that riffs on teen horror films.
It's being created by British developer Supermassive Games, of 2/10 Doctor Who: The Eternity Clock fame.
Expect plenty of tongue-in-cheek horror, designed to emulate the kind of movies where Bad Things happen to pretty teenagers trapped alone in a shack on a mountain in the middle of the night.