The release of developer Devespresso Games’ The Coma: Recut is upon us, and to celebrate the Seoul, South Korea-based studio has released a brand-new, official launch trailer.
Originally supposed to launch last month, The Coma: Recut is poised to now hit PS4 next on September 19 in North America, and then in Europe a day later on the 20th. Then later in the week on September 22, it will release on Xbox One and PC via Steam and GOG. It will cost $14.99 USD on each platform.
As you may know, The Coma: Recut is a remaster of The Coma: Cutting Class, which released back in 2015 on PC and Mac, where it garnered a “very positive” Steam User Review ranking (96 percent of 256 reviewers reviewed it positively).
A debut title for the aforementioned Korean developer, the game is set in an abandoned haunted high school that you have to make your way through while avoiding your classmates and teachers, who have warped into frightening ghosts and who are hunting you down. The goal? Figure out why Youngho (the protagonist) is trapped in a hellish version of his school in the first place. Then escape back to reality.
Below, you can check out the new aforementioned trailer: