The cosmic horror title comes soon for PC, but console players will have to wait a bit longer.
Lovecraft-inspired faction has certainly found some resurgence in recent years, as various mediums have been influenced by the horror writer’s works in the last decade or so. Games are no exception, and one such game is Moons of Madness. The first person horror game sees you on a facility on Mars, where mysterious things are happening. Today we got an official launch date for the game, and it’ll be pretty close for PC players.
As announced by publisher Funcom and developer Rock Pocket Games, Moon of Madness will release this month for PC, so those playing there can get into the madness soon. The console versions will have to wait, though, as they won’t come until the beginning of next year, so if you’re playing on PS4 or Xbox One, you’ll have to wait to descend into madness.
Moons of Madness will launch October 22nd on PC, and January 21st, 2020 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Along with the announcement also came a launch date trailer, which you can see below. To check out some gameplay from the horror title, go through here.