Frictional Games Reveals Release Date for Amnesia Rebirth With a New Trailer

What is the release date for Amnesia Rebirth

What is the release date for Amnesia Rebirth

The studio has only shared bits of information regarding the plot of the survival horror title. Amnesia: Rebirth is coming on October 20, 2020, coming in right before Halloween, and you'll be able to grab this possible horror gem on multiple PC platforms including Steam, Epic Games, and GOG, as well as Playstation 4.

The latest footage helps people prepare for what they'll be dealing with in Amnesia: Rebirth.

Rebirth is a direct sequel to Amnesia: The Dark Descent, in which you follow new protagonist Tasi Trianon on a first-person journey through the Algerian desert.

The trailer shows off some of the encounters you'll experience in the new Amnesia. After an apparent plane crash, she's stranded in a desert, though it seems she can keep in touch with a doctor via a radio. Thus, players must guide the character along, retracing Tasi's steps to piece together her horribly fragmented memory.

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Talking about the enemies of the game, the Creative Director Thomas Grip said, unlike other games in the series, enemies are more integrated into the gameplay.

As Frictional Games puts it, Amnesia: Rebirth couldn't be a "side-project" and risk getting "lost in the crowd". No doubt the creature will make the first-person horror experience that much more hard to overcome. Odds are most of us will be stuck at home, but that doesn't mean you have to miss out on some scares! Console players can also pre-purchase the game on PS4 via the PlayStation Store at the same price.

Are you looking forward to the Amnesia: Rebirth release date? What's your favorite horror game in recent memory?

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