Sony has announced that the upcoming horror game Until Dawn will be released on August 25th in North America and August 28th in the UK.
Supermassive Games’ narrative-driven game allows you to determine the fate of eight friends through the choices that you make.
It was also revealed that Peter Stormare has joined the cast for Until Dawn. Stormore is famous for his roles as Gaear Grimsrud in Fargo, Karl Hungus in The Big Lebowski and John Abruzzi in Prison Break. Stormare also isn’t new to video games, as he has previously lent his voice to such characters as Arach Jalaal in Destiny and Jorunn the Skald King in The Elder Scrolls Online.
Pete Samuels — Executive Producer for Supermassive Games — made the following comment in a post on the PlayStation Blog:
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.
The upcoming PlayStation 4 game is also available to pre-order today. Doing so will unlock a special bonus scene for free.
Be sure to check out the latest trailer below:
This game releases on my birthday so a Happy Birthday to me! The latest trailer reaffirmed my interest in Until Dawn and I will definitely be checking this out on release.
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