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Layers Of Fear

Platform(s): PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X
Genre: Action/Adventure
Publisher: Bloober Team
Developer: Anshar Studios (EU), Bloober Team (US)
Release Date: June 15, 2023

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'Layers of Fear' Gets PS5, Xbox Series X|S And PC Release Date, Playable PC Demo Available

by Rainier on May 15, 2023 @ 9:26 a.m. PDT

Layers Of Fear is a first-person psychedelic horror chronicle focused on tense exploration and immersive storytelling.

Face spine-chilling madness that extends over generations. Live through indescribable terrors as artists obsessed with their crafts beyond reason and sanity.

Layers Of Fear is a first-person psychedelic horror chronicle focused on tense exploration and immersive storytelling - a new game built upon the foundations of Layers Of Fear, LOF: Inheritance and Layers Of Fear 2 with a surprising new story and gameplay direction. Featuring the original Layers of Fear, Layers of Fear 2, as well as all DLC’s (including a new chapter entitled “The Final Note” that provides an alternate perspective on the first game’s storyline), Layers of Fear will also introduce the never-before-told story of The Writer, a harrowing tale that ties each entry in the series together.

Built on Unreal Engine 5, Layers of Fear (2023) supports Ray Tracing, HDR and 4K resolution, making use of the Lumen system to achieve superb graphical fidelity and create a meticulously-refined horror journey that’s as immersive as it is frightening.

Layers Of Fear will be the complete, definitive and at the same time unpredictable way to discover the stories of artists enslaved by their obsessions. Prepare for an exquisite horror experience thanks to the expanded plot lines that will cast a new light on the overarching narrative.

Bloober Team and Anshar Studios are thrilled to announce that Layers of Fear will launch on June 15th, 2023 for Xbox Series X|S, PlayStation 5, and PC (Steam and Epic Game Store).

A PC demo of Layers of Fear (2023) is now available on Steam until May 22nd at 3 PM PT.

This short demo will allow players to jump into the first few minutes of the game and experience the game's opening cinematic video, which introduces the story of the Writer, the game’s final protagonist.

Key Features:

  • The Ultimate Layers of Fear Experience - The series’s crowning work casts an overarching narrative over the entire franchise.
  • Horror Reimagined - Everything in the Layers of Fear series melds together into a single experience, including all DLCs, so players can find all the answers they seek.
  • Shocking New Looks - Enhanced with Unreal Engine 5’s improved technology. This version offers a more immersive horror experience with the addition of Ray Tracing, HDR, 4K resolution, and the Lumen system.
  • Psychological Horror - A grim but gripping first-person psychedelic horror game focused on tense exploration, puzzle-solving, and immersive storytelling. Discover what lies in the depths of the human psyche with this mature, cathartic game. 
  • New tricks - New brand-new core mechanics that will be introduced to Layers of Fear and its sequel, as well as additional features, so all the chapters and stories will blend seamlessly
  • Horror Through the Many Lenses of Art – Explore the depths of obsession with three different stories of craft-obsessed protagonists (The Painter, The Actor and The Writer) which are interwoven to create a truly immersive experience and gripping storyline
  • Classical, Ominous Soundtrack - Hauntingly beautiful soundtrack composed by the highly-acclaimed musician Arek Reikowski. He has composed a hypnotic score that adds an extra layer of tension to the game and will leave you on the edge of your seat

Layers Of Fear is coming to PS5, Xbox Series X|S and PC (Steam/Epic Games Store) in June 15, 2023.

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