The time has come to enter the school and test your wits against the horror within. White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is now available to purchase on Steam, with a PS4 release hot on its tail.
The Korean horror game from SONNORI Corp. and PQube Ltd. takes the player inside Yeondu High School on the night before White Day. As Hee-Min Lee, you’re there to leave a White Day present for your crush. But things don’t go quite as planned. You become trapped in the school overnight and must brave vengeful spirits and a murderous janitor as you use your wits to make your way out.
The game is an update of the 2001 Korean horror classic, considered by many to be one of the scariest games ever made. This new version includes multiple language support, updated graphics, a brand-new character, and new endings appearing only in the remake. There are also skill settings so you can immerse yourself in the story or throw yourself into the full terror. And since puzzle solutions change every time you play, you’ll have to use your puzzle-solving skills instead of a walkthrough.
White Day: A Labyrinth Named School can be purchased on the Steam store for $25.49, 15% off the regular price. You can also choose from 26 DLC outfits like elite “Apple” school uniforms, beachwear, horror costumes, and Blazblue collaboration outfits. The game will be released on PS4 in Europe and North America on August 25 and 29, respectively.
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