The Amnesia Collection is finally coming to PS4. In a post on PlayStation blog, Thomas Grip told Amnesia's story, starting from its nearly bankrupt beginnings to their lucky break that allowed them to release the game. They set out to make the best scary game possible, focusing on helplessness to frighten the player. Now it's time to bring it to even more players.
But not until November, just in time for—Thanksgiving? It seems like a missed opportunity in skipping the month of spooky celebrations, but I guess Thanksgiving can be scary under the right conditions—like having to listen to Uncle Ted's political views.
Amnesia: The Dark Descent was previously only available on PC when it was released in 2010. This will mark the first time you can play it on console.
And that's not all you're getting. The collection not only includes the original Amnesia: The Dark Descent, but you also get two other titles: Amnesia: A Machine For Pigs and Amnesia: Justine. Justine was originally developed as part of a promotion for Valve’s Portal 2, while A Machine For Pigs was created by The Chinese Room as part of an experiment to see what they could do with the Amnesia world and horror genre.
Amnesia: Collection will release on November 22. No price has yet been posted, and the US PlayStation store link is broken. However, the UK version is showing £23.99, putting it around $29.99 for the US.
While you're waiting for Amnesia, check out these other horror games to keep you company in October: