The Bunker gives us its first scare with a delay, but it also brings good news

2023 is being a wonderful year for horror games, with great games released and scheduled right and left. One of them is, without a doubt, Amnesia: The Bunker, which was going to arrive on our computers in May. And I say I was going because, a few days after its premiere, it has made us a jumpscare announcing that it is delayed.

It seems that Frictional Games needs more time to bring us the best version of their game. Four days after the definitive premiere of the fourth Amnesia, the company has announced a delay until next month. Although it may seem that this is cause for alarm, it has nothing to do with the fact that the title is going to be broken or malfunction, but rather “certification problems”, according to the study.

The new release date for Amnesia: The Bunker will be June 6, shortly before non-E3 begins with a lot of announcements and coinciding with the arrivals of Street Fighter 6 and Diablo IV on the market. A difficult moment to premiere his new work, although I hope that gender differences protect the sales of this game from being cannibalized by triple A’s with huge audiences.

As compensation, the Swedish studio has decided to let us test its title ahead of time, and has announced a demo that will arrive exclusive to Steam next May 22. On the other hand, the full game will have a wider range of platforms, landing on the Valve store, the Epic Games Store and also on GOG.

Layers of Fear will also have a demo

It seems that today the horror video game studios have agreed to announce trial versions of his next and terrifying adventures. The new Bloober Team will also have a demo that you can try, and it will even arrive before Amnesia’s. Layers of Fear (2023) has confirmed that you will be able to try it for free starting next week.

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