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Until Dawn Haunts PlayStation Move Next Year

Posted by Sammy Barker

Are you afraid of the dark?

As we correctly predicted, Sony officially revealed Until Dawn during its GamesCom 2012 press conference earlier today. The Supermassive Games developed PlayStation Move exclusive follows a group of high school classmates as they revisit a campsite to mark the first anniversary of their friends’ disappearance. As you might imagine, not everything goes according to plan.

“It’s teen horror so obviously it’s isolated, the power’s out and the phones don’t work,” explained creative director Will Bytes. “You’ll play through the story as multiple characters, sometimes with a friend and sometimes on your own, to discover who it is that’s intent on killing off you and your friends. It’s up to you how you play, so we don’t know how your story will go or who’ll be there with you at the end.”

The game promises to use the PlayStation Move controller in a “totally natural way”, allowing you to direct the beam of your flashlight and interact with objects intuitively. It’s due out next year for PS3.


User Comments (8)



Gamer83 said:

Game looks interesting but sadly since it's a Move exclusive I won't be playing. I have no interest in motion controls. Hopefully some point down the line the series will show up on Vita since it's clear they don't want to use traditional controls for it.



Ginkgo said:

Sounds great to me, and it has been too long since any good new Move playable games have come out. Great news.



Splat said:

Looks good but I don't have move. I plan to get it some day but haven't got around to it.



ThreadShadow said:

I like the look of the actual environment, but wish it could be used for a better game. horror stuff just isn't my cup.



Slapshot said:

Looks like dumb fun. Very Friday the 13th-ish, which means I'm definitely willing to give it a go.



craigun said:

The smart "Move" would be to have it dual shock compatible as well. The Move and Kinect are just awful.

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