Amnesia: Collection Announced for PS4
Developer Frictional Games revealed Amnesia: Collection for PlayStation 4. It is a three-game package consisting of the original game, Amnesia: The Dark Descent, its follow-up, Amnesia: A Machine for Pigs and a third, lesser known entry called Amnesia: Justine. Justine is a shorter game consisting of a series of trials taking inspiration from the movie, Saw.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent originally release back in 2011 as a PC exclusive, and the series has remained that way until now. There is currently no indication of the game coming to Xbox One, but Creative Director, Thomas Grip says that “deals either fell through or we simply didn’t have time” in the years since the game released as reasons why a console version was not possible until now.
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“These games were previously available to PC players only, meaning this collection becomes the first time that console players will get to play these games. “From the creators of SOMA, the Amnesia series ushered in a new age of horror gaming. Rather than cut-scenes and forced jump-scares, the Amnesia series wrapped fragile players within its grim embrace, beckoning them to explore and survive amid the darkness as it pulled at the frayed edges of sanity,” the press release accompanying the announcement of the collection reads.”
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