The penultimate episode of the episodic horror series, Song of Horror, officially has a release date, and it’ll be creeping up soon. The Last Concert will release on Steam late next week on January 30th, 2020.
Song of Horror Episode 4 continues where A Twisted Trail left off in St. Cecilia’s Abbey, searching for answers to the mystery surrounding the deadly music box. The press release states,
“The fourth (and biggest) episode of Song of Horror, The Last Concert, continues its nostalgic journey through the classics of the genre. This time, it takes inspiration from Frictional Games’ celebrated modern horror adventure Amnesia: The Dark Descent.”
Carlos Grupeli, the founder of Protocol Games, made a statement about the next release:
We’re in the final stretch, and Episode 4 ramps the tension up somewhat – just as you might expect… It’s an emotional time for the studio. After two cracks at Kickstarter and a fair few more humps in the road along the way, everything is coming together. There’s still so much more to come, too. We have the fifth and final episode coming in just a couple of months, and then PlayStation 4 and Xbox One gamers can take on the entire game in one run when it hits console later in the year. It’s going to be a big year.
Song of Horror Episode 4: The Last Concert is set to release on January 30th, 2020, on Steam. Each individual episode can be purchased for $7.99 each, or the season pass (which includes all five episodes) is available for $21.99. The Last Concert is the longest chapter to date with an eight-hour playtime.
The previous episodes of Song of Horror have come highly reviewed (The Nerd Stash included!). Our review of Episodes 1 & 2 can be read here, and the most recent chapter’s review can be read here. Spoiler alert: we’re definitely a fan.
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Shelby loves horror, animals with short, stubby legs, and PlayStation exclusives. When she isn’t here writing, her nose is often stuck in a book or hacking people in Overwatch.