Korean Horror Game White Day Gets Spooky New Trailer
London-based publisher PQube have released a new trailer for White Day: A Labyrinth Named School ahead of its release next month. The PlayStation 4 title is set to release August 25, 2017 in Europe. North American fans won’t have to wait much later as it’ll arrive just four days later on August 29, 2017. PC players will get to experience the scares earlier than all console players, though, as that version will launch on Steam come August 22.
The Korean horror game is a remake of the 2001 PC game of the same name by developer Sonnori. Now over 15 years later, Korean studio Roi Games (which was founded by former Sonnori CEO Lee Won Sool) are remaking the game for a worldwide audience.
Give the White Day: A Labyrinth Named School adventure trailer a watch below:
Here’s how PQube describes White Day:
When a romantic gesture takes a wrong turn, you find yourself trapped inside a school at night. Survive encounters with horrifying ghosts, evade a murdering janitor and race against the clock to solve puzzles and save your fellow students.
With tense survival horror gameplay and bone-chilling scares, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is widely considered one of the scariest games ever made. This survival horror classic is being completely remade for current gen hardware with expanded gameplay features and new storylines to please and terrify both grizzled veterans and new scaredy-cats alike.
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School releases August 29, 2017 for PlayStation 4. A PlayStation VR release called White Day: Swan Song is also in development.