Korean Horror Game Being Released Overseas

White Day: A Labyrinth Named School

PQube Games, the UK publisher and distributor of many Asian titles, recently announced that the famed Korean horror game, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, will be getting a Western release for the PlayStation 4. The game will be available in North America on August 1 this year, and August 4 in Europe.



Originally developed by Sonnori in 2001, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School was remaded by ROI Games and Sachyon Soft in 2015. The game is a first-person survival horror in which the protagonist, a high school boy named Lee Hui-min, finds himself trapped in school overnight with his classmates.


“When a romantic gesture takes a wrong turn, you find yourself trapped inside a school at night,” stated PQube Games. “Survive encounters with horrifying ghosts, evade a murdering janitor and race against the clock to solve puzzles and save your fellow students.”


“With tense survival horror gameplay and bone-chilling scares, White Day: A Labyrinth Named School is widely considered one of the scariest games ever made. This survival horror classic is being completely remade for current get hardware with expanded gameplay features and new storylines to please and terrify both grizzled veterans and new scaredy-cats alike.”


In other news, ROI Games stated they are also currenly developing a prequel to White Day: A Labyrinth Named School, which will be titled White Day: Swan Song, for the PlayStation VR.