The Kickstarter campaign for Visage launched a couple of weeks ago and there is already some great news emanating from the developers SadSquare Studio.

The psychological horror set inside an empty mansion and inspired by top-level games such as P.T. and Alien: Isolation is confirmed to release for both Playstation 4 and Xbox One, after SadSquare announced via Twitter that they had reached their console goal.

It only took 12 days to reach their initial goal of funding Visage for PC, but two days later the good news keeps coming with console gamers able now able to look forward to a slice of nightmare-induced thrills, where the typical ‘jump-scare’ techniques are replaced by a stress factor both for the in-game protagonist and the player behind the keyboard (or controller!)

Using point-and-click mechanics, players must search the house for answers to the horrifying past each room contains. SadSquare Studio are still looking for backers, with the next goal concentrated on Virtual Reality. If you were a console gamer holding out for your goal to be reached, then why not back the ambitious indie developers to produce the best possible experience? You can support the game at their Kickstarter page here.

If you’re yet to be convinced, take a look at 12 minutes of gameplay footage right here. While you’re at it, why not give us a follow too on Twitter (@Official_OnlySP) or Facebook if you haven’t already.

Rhys Cooper

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