Publisher PQube has announced that they will be bringing the Classic Korean Horror game White Day: A Labyrinth named School to North American and Europe PS4 owners later this year. The original title was created in 2001 for PC but sadly localized versions of the game were cancelled at that time. That didn’t stop the game from receiving a lot of praise thanks to unofficial language packs of the original and a mobile remake that was released in 2015.
White Day follows a student who’s romantic gesture on the eve of White Day goes wrong and finds himself and a few of his classmates locked inside his school. Hunted by a Janitor with murderous intent and the souls of the dead which are stalking the halls, players must find a way to escape while solving puzzles, sneaking around the school and racing against time to save his friends. The game also features multiple endings based on who you’re able to save and who dies by the end.
White Day: A Labyrinth named School is currently set for a August 2017 release window. If the game is as scary as everyone says, it may stand a chance against the other heavy horror hitters this year like Resident Evil 7 and Outlast 2.