Winterlake Mansion invades the outside and is amazing on the inside. In this game, you will play the role of a young woman named Caroline Walker, who finds a mysterious picture of the twin girls who sent her on a trip to find the girls in an abandoned villa turned into a hospital.
The Troubled Souls Adventure has been modernized with a new generation with a new twist and strong vision as Caroline Walker investigates the mysterious disappearance of the twin girls in a horrible mansion that was transformed into a hospital. Use the resources you have to fight against the evil that awaits you in the dark. Killing in her battle against the dark forces and indescribable horror, Caroline is sent back to Winterlake, where she has to fight for her life and find a solution to escape the present reality.
In mid-December last year, we received a physical confirmation (PS5 and Nintendo Switch) and digital versions of the next consoles game like Xbox Series X and S, PS5, Nintendo Switch, and PC. Pqube today announced that the Suffering Souls will be released in 2021 with PS5 and Xbox-S versions as well as PS4 and Xbox One versions.
Back in February of this year, the Tragedy Soul of PS4 and Xbox One was canceled so much it disappoints the Playstation and Xbox fans who were looking forward to the game’s release. Everything is different, and Pqube reiterates that the PS4 version will be released later in the year. Suffering Souls was originally announced by developer Dual Effects Abstract, but canceled along with the Xbox One version in favor of the PS5 and Xbox game variants.
Earlier this month, after a notable comeback, the upcoming game was once again announced on both PS4 and Xbox One platforms. Looking at the game now, it looks like you’re going to hit one of the few platforms where the PS4 release has been released. According to Gematsu, the game is no longer scheduled for the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One consoles. The game will continue to feature the physical programs of PS4, PS5, and Nintendo Switch.
Inspired horror game tormented Souls goes to PC players, but for the owners of the latest generation of PS4 and Xbox One, you have to face reality. This brings us to the fact that the game we remember as Resident Evil: Silent Hill has been officially canceled on both platforms, with publisher Pqube confirming that the game will enter Nintendo Switch by the end of the year. The game will be published in 2021 on PlayStation 5, Switch, Xbox Series X, PC, and Steam, announcing PQube and developers Dual Effects and Abstract Digital Works.