‘Alone in the Dark’ Remake Delayed to March 20, 2024

THQ Nordic and developer Pieces Interactive have pushed their upcoming Alone in the Dark remake again. Originally pushed to January 16 to accommodate for a hectic October, the publisher has moved the release to March 20, 2024.

The decision to move the release date again, according to THQ Nordic, was to give the team more time for polish, and to avoid “potential crunch” over the Christmas holidays. In addition THQ Nordic and Pieces Interactive “want to ensure that the game not only meets but exceeds the expectations of the community, especially with the outstanding performances of Hollywood stars David [Barbour] and Jodie [Comer] as the main protagonists.”

A love letter to the ground-breaking original, Alone in the Dark allows players to experience the haunting story by Mikael Hedberg (SOMA, Amnesia: The Dark Descent) through the eyes of one of the two protagonists: play as Edward Carnby, portrayed by David Harbour (Stranger Things, Hellboy), or Emily Hartwood, portrayed by Jodie Comer (Free Guy, Killing Eve) in this reimagined classic survival horror game, where psychological horror meets southern gothic.

If you’re still itching to see what Alone in the Dark is like, the Grace in the Dark prologue is still available for you to download.

Alone in the Dark is currently being developed for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, and PC via Steam.

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