The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story console release date confirmed

The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story console release date confirmed

The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story is coming to consoles late next month.

Eastasiasoft confirmed today that the haunting psychological horror game The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story will release shortly on consoles. It was previously released on PC via Steam back in 2020. The PC version of the game received mostly positive user reviews. However, it does not have any reviews on OpenCritic.

Here is a description from Eastasiasoft:

Follow the journey of Wyatt Heyll, a young man stricken with a multitude of ailments from an early age. On the verge of death, Wyatt’s parents administer a paranormal substance known as the Sorrowvirus, which contaminates the human soul and prevents it from passing on to the afterlife. This causes a subject to fall into Purgatory instead, where they can heal and return to life. However, every time Wyatt comes back, his cancers and illnesses return more quickly than before.

Wyatt’s parents allow him to continue dying over and over while they perform research on organic particles found in Purgatory that may cure him once and for all. Having died so many times, Wyatt simply wants to let go. Your objective is to set Wyatt free from his everlasting torment. Navigate haunting environments in first person, solving puzzles and discovering clues to unravel Wyatt’s tragic tale. With four endings in sight, only one is the true path.

The Sorrowvirus: A Faceless Short Story is coming to Nintendo Switch, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X|S on April 27. Digital pricing is set at $14.99 with an additional 20% launch discount available on select platforms for a limited time.

Watch the gameplay trailer below!

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