OSome Studio’s ‘White Night’ is Now Available (PS4, Xbox One, Steam)

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OSome Studio, the French independent development company, today announced that their original, narrative-driven survival horror game – White Night – has arrived.

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White Night lures horror fans back to the old-school style the genre was built on, focusing on gripping tension, compelling mystery and clever puzzle design. Stranded alone in a seemingly abandoned mansion, players will have to explore the estate and confront its tortured past to dispel the spirits that haunt its halls. White Night draws from the classic themes of the jazz age and film noir storytelling to bring its rich world and atmosphere to life, reinforced by chilling sound effects, music and voice acting.

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Plunged in darkness, White Night’s striking black-and-white visuals are also its most thrilling mechanic. Your surroundings can only be revealed by light, and anything from the flicker of a match to the glow of the moon can expose new paths, secrets and story details. Moreover, light provides a safe haven against the terrors lurking in the shadows, making it a crucial resource to manage until the sun rises.

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White Night is now available on the PlayStation 4 computer entertainment system via the PlayStation Network and Windows PC, Mac and Linux via Steam for $14.99. It will be available for the same price on March 6 on Xbox One, the all-in-one games and entertainment system from Microsoft, through the Xbox Games Store.

This title is rated M (Mature) by the ESRB. For more from the developer, please visit www.osome-studio.com/WhiteNight, and follow along at www.facebook.com/OSomeStudio and www.twitter.com/OSomeStudio.

Jim Smale

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