Plus, a new cast member announced for the PS4-exclusive interactive horror
Hello everyone. It’s been a while since we’ve updated you all on Until Dawn but I’m pleased to be back on the PlayStation Blog with some thrilling news. Today we are delighted to announce the release date for Until Dawn!
You will be able to determine the fate of eight friends from 26th August in PAL territories (28th August in UK and Ireland)!
This is a really exciting time for us as we enter the final stages in the run up to release, so you can expect to see plenty more coming from the Until Dawn team over the next few months.
I’m also really thrilled to reveal a new cast member that you’ll be seeing in Until Dawn – Peter Stormare, who you might recognise from Prison Break, The Big Lebowski and (more recently) Arrow! He gave some incredibly powerful performances in the motion capture studio and you can tell from the end result in the game that he had some fun with the character. We couldn’t be happier to have him in the games and I can’t wait for you to see him in full flow.
If you’re itching to get your hands on Until Dawn you can pre-order it from today, so that you’ll be able to play from day one and you’ll unlock a special bonus scene for free! This exclusive scene sees Matt and Emily, a new couple, out on the mountain – but it’s not long until they start to suspect they aren’t alone.
We won’t ruin it for you, but take a look at the trailer and screenshots for a hint of what’s in store for the couple.
There will be three editions of Until Dawn: the standard edition, extended edition and the steelbook edition*. You’ll need to check with your local retailers to find out where each is available in your area. More details on the specific content of each version will follow.
*Extended Edition and Steelbook Edition will be available in UK, Ireland, Scandinavia, Germany, Austria, France, Switzerland, Australia, New Zealand, Spain, Portugal, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, Poland, Russia, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Czech Republic, Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria, Iceland, Israel, Cyrpus, Malta, Croatia, Serbia and Slovenia.