Until Dawn remaster and Death Stranding 2 details immerge

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Posted January 30, 2024 by Richard Lee Breslin in Gaming News, PC, PS4, PS5, Rumour
Credit: Sony Interactive Entertainment

When Until Dawn was released for the PlayStation 4 in 2015, it instantly became one of my favourite ‘choose your own adventure’ style horror games.

Developed by The Dark Pictures and The Quarry studio, Supermassive Games, Until Dawn was a fantastic horror title presented as if it was a cheesy horror straight from the late 90s and early 2000s, with many possible outcomes depending on the choices you made and which characters survived your story.

Even today, Until Dawn looks great, albeit with a not-so-great framerate, which was a slight issue when it launched nearly 10 years ago. Yes, it’s really been that long. Well, it seems that the framerate issue will soon be fixed as well as a presumed visual upgrade, because according to a recent report, Until Dawn is getting a PC and PlayStation 5 remaster.

The report in question is courtesy of Bilbil-kun of Dealabs, and anyone familiar with this reporter will know that they are often very accurate. This is also the same leaker of information that believes that Death Stranding 2 will have the sub-title “On the Beach”. Death Stranding 2: On the Beach sounds strange, but we are talking about Hideo Kojima.

The reports of the Until Dawn remaster make further sense when you consider that it was recently announced that a Until Dawn live-action movie adaptation is on the way. So releasing the remaster alongside the movie would be a great way for publisher Sony Interactive Entertainment to capitalise on profits.

The next PlayStation State of Play event takes place tomorrow on 31 January, so don’t be surprised if we get to see more Death Stranding 2 and the Until Dawn remaster. All rumours should be taken with a pinch of salt until proven otherwise. That being said, we do know for sure that Death Stranding 2 will be released for PlayStation 5.

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