Today, PQube Games announced that White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, a remake of the cult-classic Korean horror game of the same name, will hit PS4 and PC in North America on August 22nd, and in Europe on August 25th.
Considered one of the classics — and hidden gems — of the horror genre, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School originally launched on PC in Korea in 2001, courtesy of developer Sonnori. Then in 2015, a remake of the game was put out by ROI Games, and now said remake is coming west.
The game takes place on the eve of White Day, when a romantic gesture goes wrong as you and your fellow Yeondoo High School students find yourselves locked inside the school at night, hunted by a killer janitor and haunted by the troubled souls of the dead.
Throughout the game you will need to avoid sinister threats, investigate the dark secrets of the school, and survive the night. Gameplay consists of a good amount of stealthing your way around the school and outwitting ghosts of the dead and covering your tracks so the killer janitor doesn’t get you. You will also collect clues, solve puzzles, and play your way towards multiple endings, including one where everyone lives, and another where everyone dies.
It’s currently unclear how much White Day: A Labyrinth Named School will cost when it launches. Below, you can check out the game’s latest trailer: