Horror fans will enjoy this coming November, as developer Nox Noctis and publisher Perp Games announced that the award-winning game Do Not Open will be released on November 15, 2022 for PS5.
However, there are some ups and downs in this version. The initial release date of November 15 is only for the digital release on PS5. The PS4 version will be released sometime in early 2023. Likewise, the physical version of Do Not Open has multiple release dates as well. The PS5 physical release will be released on November 25, 2022 in the UK and Europe, while North American players will have to wait until early 2023 to add the disc to their collection.
Do Not Open will also display the version of VR that was originally planned for the PS4. However, Nox Noctis has since decided to forgo development on the PS4 version’s PSVR component in favor of focusing studio resources on PSVR 2 to deliver the “ultimate” version of the platform.
The game developer bills Do Not Open as a “disturbing survival horror” game that draws inspiration from the best video games, movies, and books in the genre while being endlessly replayable thanks to the procedurally generated escape room-like structure. In fact, the developer claims that there are more than 2,000,000 different versions possible with a different house design for each game, along with puzzle icons and key items that are swapped and swapped for each player. What’s more, even the plot is said to be a mystery as well. It all looks intriguing and definitely looks like the part going through the latest (creepy) trailer.
Do Not Open follows Michael J. Göring tries to keep his sanity intact, while voices penetrate his psyche and his family environment seems to be turning against him. The man’s castle is his home, but poor Michael’s castle is in complete conquest mode, and he is being haunted by a supernatural entity.
If you are interested in Do Not Open and do not want to forget it among the large number of new announcements and upcoming releases, you can add the game to your wishlist at United States of America And the United kingdom PlayStation Store, or steamIf you are a PC gamer. At the time of writing, there is no word yet on whether Do Not Open will have a PCVR version, or if the developer is strongly committed to PSVR 2.
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