Until Dawn Re-Unveiled as PlayStation 4 Title

Wednesday, August 13th, 2014

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Until Dawn (PS4)

Two years ago at Gamescom, Until Dawn was unveiled as a PS3 horror game. The game, developed by Supermassive Games, was shown from a first-person perspective and used the PlayStation Move controller. Since that time, gamers have been waiting for more while the developers were busy at work.

Now, again at Gamescom, Until Dawn was re-unveiled to the public, this time for the the PS4. However, the console wasn’t the only thing that changed. Using suggestions from gamers, Supermassive opted to use the DualShock 4 as the main controller. (It’s unclear if PS Move controls will remain in the game.) In addition, the perspective was changed from first-person to third-person.

Until Dawn (PS4)

As for the game itself, Until Dawn features a story by Larry Fessenden and Graham Reznick. It stars Hayden Panettiere, Rami Malek and Brett Dalton as part of a group of eight friends who head to the remote Blackwood Pines. Unfortunately, the friends are in more danger than they bargained for, as they must fight to survive.

Check out the trailer for the game below. Also, check out what else happened at Sony’s Gamescom conference. And let us know what you think about the new Until Dawn in the comments below.

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