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Song Of Horror Delayed Until 2021 for PS4 & Xbox One

In case you are eagerly waiting for the survival horror game Song of Horror, you will need to have some patience, as the title has been delayed to 2021.

The publisher Raiser Games and the developer Protocol Games have announced that the survival horror game Song of Horror will be released for PS4 and Xbox One later than last planned.

After there was talk of a launch on October 29, 2020 not so long ago, the release for PS4 and Xbox One is only roughly narrowed down: a release is expected sometime in the first quarter of 2021. According to the official announcement, developers will need more time to achieve the best possible quality.

As on the PC, Song of Horror should offer a dynamic horror experience on the consoles. The so-called “The Presence” appears as the antagonist, which is controlled by advanced artificial intelligence. One of the features is that “The Presence” dynamically adapts to your approach.

The focus of Song of Horror is on the character Daniel Noyer, who you rarely play. Because the horror title extends over several chapters, which are divided into different locations and bring you ever closer to the source of the mystery. The other playable characters are connected to Daniel Noyer in different ways.

Check the overview of the game below, via Steam:

As a player, you will live this story through the eyes of a varied set of characters related to the story in their own way. Every character is different, and brings their unique point of view to the investigation, allowing them to approach clues and items differently. Their actions and decisions will shape the world: some of them will know more or less of certain aspects of the story; some will be more effective against supernatural manifestations, but all of them can die if the Presence gets to them—and death is permanent. If they die, you will have to pick the story up with another one, and continue the investigation so their deaths are not in vain.