Cult classic horror title White Day:  A Labyrinth Named School was announced to be released on PlayStation 4 in the West earlier this May, now the game has a release date for PC and console. Developer ROI Games and publisher PQube will be launching White Day both for European and American audiences. 

Hailing from South Korea, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School has become a widely revered example of the survival horror genre since its original launch in 2001 among die-hard horror gamers. The ultra creepy game takes place in a South Korean high school late at night on the eve of White Day- a sister holiday to Valentine’s Day where boys give tokens of affection to girls. Students end up locked inside the school overnight and must survive the malevolent spirits that inhabit it.

The remastered version of the game has been localized for a variety of languages. It has also received some big updates to improve the graphics, audio and gameplay mechanics. Also added to the game is a new character and storyline providing more content, so even those that have played the game before will be able to experience some new frights.

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School

Run for your life from a demented stalker trapped in the school with you.

Aside from being incredibly terrifying, White Day provides dynamically changing puzzles and multiple endings keeping players on their toes as try to keep the unfortunate students safe through the night. The game also includes modes of difficulty that will increase the frequency of ghost attacks to amp up the fright level and challenge.

If you haven’t experienced the bone chilling terror of White Day: A Labyrinth Named School you’ll soon have your chance this August. The game will be available on PC via Steam for Europe and North America on August 22, 2017. It will launch on PS4 on the 22nd in North America and August 27, 2017 in Europe.

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