Layers of fearthe upcoming horror experience from horror veterans Blobber Team, is now slated for release on June 15 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC (developer announced).


Layers of Fear is many things, it’s a DLC, a sequel, a next-gen update, and most importantly, it’s the definitive way to experience everything under the umbrella term Layers of Fear.

The upcoming Layers of Fear will include the original Layers of Fear and Layers of Fear 2, as well as all previously released DLC, but with new core mechanics that will seamlessly integrate with the new Final Note DLC and bring together the perspectives of all the old and new. characters into one unified experience, completely rebuilt in the beautiful graphics of Unreal Engine 5.

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The demo is now available to try on Steam until May 22nd at 3pm PT, and not only that, but all PC requirements have been revealed. The game will support 30 FPS and 60 FPS, as well as 1080p and 2160p resolution when using 4K ray tracing. Users will need at least an i5 or equivalent ADM Ryzen 3 1200 processor and an Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB or AMD RX 580 4GB card to at least run the game.

In terms of getting the most out of the game and supporting 4K ray tracing, gamers will need an i7 core-9700k and an AMD Ryzen 7 3700X along with an Nvidia RTX 3080TI 12GB. However, if you only care about running the game at 60FPS, you’ll only need an Nvidia 1070 8GB card, but a Core i7-8700K or equivalent Ryzen 5 3600 and at least 12GB of RAM (if less, and you stuck at this 30 FPS). Everything above also requires at least 16GB of RAM.

In terms of memory, the game will require at least 20GB, as well as Direct X 12, Share Model 6, and Windows 10. Additionally, according to the press release, Layers of Fear will use some incredible lighting techniques to create real-life particle effects . -time and create eye-catching dynamic lighting never before seen in horror games.

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