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PS1-Inspired Horror Game, Boreal Tenebrae, Gets Console Release Date

Developer Snot Bubbles Productions, in collaboration with publisher RedDeer.games, are releasing their PS1-style surreal horror game, Boreal Tenebrae, onto consoles this April.

It was announced back in June of 2021 that the hit horror indie title, Boreal Tenebrae would be coming to consoles. After nearly a year, it has been officially announced that the console version will be coming this April.

For those not in the know, this is a PS1-inspired horror adventure game akin to Twin Peaks meets Stranger Things. It’s stunning visuals and eerie atmosphere seem fit to tell a compellingly surreal story. If you want to know more, you can read our original post about it here.

What is Boreal Tenebrae

Boreal Tenebrae puts players in the role of a teenage girl named Bree. After her sister Sarah goes missing from their dilapidated and mysterious town, you must head out and search for her. Explore the unsettlingly surreal world as you play as multiple characters, each with their own unique narratives. This horror-focused title also has a fixed camera, so if you’re a fan of classic PlayStation 1 horror titles, then this is right up your alley. Here is a list of some of what you can expect from Boreal Tenebrae:

  • Experience a horror adventure title inspired by PlayStation 1 horror classics.
  • Explore a creepy and horrific world full of unsettling things to see  
  • Uncover a dark and twisted mystery across story-driven quests
  • Play as multiple characters, each with their own unique narratives
  • Observe the mysteries unfold from a fixed-camera perspective

You can check out the trailer for Boreal Tenebrae here.

You can also check out an animated short for it here.

Release Date and Price

Boreal Tenebrae is set to release on April 8 for the Xbox One, Xbox Series X/S, and Nintendo Switch. There is currently no word on price. However, you can pick up Act 1 for just $2.99/£2.09 over on its Steam store page.

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