Cult-Classic Korean Horror Game White Day Coming to PS4 in the West this August

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, a terrifying Korean horror cult-classic is coming back to PS4.

on May 3, 2017 11:58 AM

Today PQube Games announced via press release that it will release a remake of the classic Korean horror game White Day: A Labyrinth Named School for PS4.

The remake of the original game by ROI Games, that was released in Korea back in 2001, will come to North America and Europe in August 2017. Below you can read an official description and bullet points:

Prepare yourselves for the scariest game of 2017! On the eve of White Day, 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.

Can you avoid the sinister threats, investigate the situation and uncover the dark secrets of the building’s past to survive the night? Or will the after-hours horrors of the school claim your life before you can escape?
Features

  • Atmospheric first-person horror packed with frights
  • Stealth through a haunted school and outwit ghosts in the dead of night
  • Cover your tracks and hide from a killer stalker
  • Dynamic scare system: the higher the difficulty, the more terrors there are
  • Collect clues and items to solve head-scratching puzzles
  • Race against the clock to keep your friends alive
  • Discover cunningly hidden secrets to uncover the school’s diabolical history
  • Multiple endings depending on who lives… and dies!

The press release also came with a trailer and a batch of screenshots, and you can check them all below.

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