October is nearly upon us and while the coronavirus health pandemic may have shifted some plans around with the typically Halloween schedule, you are likely still preparing for a month of screams and horrors. We’re getting ready to start playing our favorite horror films and video games that’s already in our collection. However, we can’t forget to check the calendar for what new spooky media content is releasing this coming month. Both in terms of movies and video games, there is plenty to anticipate for horror fans.
However, what you might have not expected was a horror video game moving forward ahead of its release. Normally when we get news of a game’s release date being shifted around, its typically a delay of some sort such as a couple of weeks, months to even a year. In this case, Remothered: Broken Porcelain is being pushed ahead by a week. Fan’s will be able to dive into this game a bit earlier than expected while the publishing team behind the project offers some insight as to why the sudden move up.
Remothered: Tormented Fathers was a new survival horror game and now we’re gearing up for the sequel release, Remothered: Broken Porcelain. Set within Ashmann Inn, players can expect another psychological survival horror game filled with terrifying enemies and challenging puzzles. While the game was scheduled to release on October 20, 2020, it’s now been moved to October 13, 2020.
According to Shane Bierwith, the EVP of global marketing at Modius, October is a busy month for horror games. It’s likely the reason the game has been moved ahead to potentially get players picking up the game rather than some of the other horror game titles that will be launching. At any rate, Remothered: Broken Porcelain will be available on the PlayStation 4, PC, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch platforms.