Finally, the Layers of Fear release date has been revealed by Bloober Team. The most recent game in the well-known horror series, initially unveiled as “Layers of Fears” last summer, will attempt to reinvent the franchise’s earlier games.
While Layers of Fear has a trial available right now, the entire game will ultimately be released on consoles and PC exactly one month from today. Bloober Team confirmed today on social media that Layers of Fear will debut on June 15 of next month.
When it occurs, this new Layers of Fear installment will be accessible on PC, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4. This new version of Layers of Fear, which excludes users of last-generation hardware, looks to benefit from Unreal Engine 5 and has outstanding visuals, which is why it will only run on current-generation hardware.
As previously reported, a fresh demo for Layers of Fear is now accessible for those searching for something to pass the time until the game’s release. Bloober Team unveiled this new demo last week, and it is only now available for PC users to download through Steam.
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However, the demo will only be accessible until May 22; as a result, anyone who is interested in playing Layers of Fear should do so as soon as possible.
The release date was publicly revealed by Layer of Fear on Twitter:
— Layers of Fear (@Layers_Of_Fears) May 15, 2023
According to Layers of Fear’s official description, “The series, which has left a mark on narrative-driven first-person psychological horror games, returns to tell its final spine-chilling story in Layers of Fear.”
“The series’ crowning work is the definitive way to experience the critically acclaimed franchise as it features Layers of Fear and Layers of Fear 2, as well as all DLCs (including the new ‘The Final Note’ DLC that will give you a new perspective on the Layers of Fear storyline) and the never-before-told story of The Writer, which will tie everything together. Built on Unreal Engine 5, Layers of Fear supports Ray Tracing, HDR and 4K resolution to make the stunning visuals, and your nightmarish experience, as immersive and realistic as possible.”