Maid of Sker now available on PS4 at EU Retailers
Perp Games and Wales Interactive are delighted to confirm the physical release dates for Welsh horror game, Maid of Sker.
PlayStation 4 owners will be able to pick up their physical copy of Maid of Sker in EU Territories from today, Friday, 7th August 2020.
Xbox One owners will be able to pick up their copy just one week later from Friday, 14th August in EU Territories.
The North American release date for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One platforms will release in September, with a final release date to be announced shortly.
Maid of Sker comes from the multi-award winning publisher and developer, Wales Interactive, and takes players back in time to Sker Hotel.
The game tasks players to tread carefully and cautiously as they navigate the halls and grounds of the estate. The Quiet Ones are always listening and can hear the slightest sound, even your breathing.
In Maid of Sker, you will have no weapons to defend yourself, relying only on stealth and silence to survive the supernatural horrors of this haunting tale, derived from Welsh folklore.
“We’re proud to announce that Sker Hotel is open for reservations.” Richard Pring, Game Director at Wales Interactive said, “We hope guests take in the sights and sounds and sample the litany of delights we have on offer for them – they’re set to have an unforgettable experience!”
“We are extremely proud to continue our relationship with Wales Interactive.” Rob Edwards, Managing Director of Perp Games said. “Maid of Sker is influenced by historical figures and is one of 2020’s scariest games. We are delighted to be offering horror fans the opportunity to own a physical boxed copy of the game.”
Maid of Sker features: –
- 3D sound-based AI system as the core survival mechanic.
- Realistic visuals
- A chilling story inspired by Wesh folklore fusing psychological, gothic and British horror
- Re-imagining of famous Welsh hymns Calon Lan (A Pure Heart), Suo-Gan (Welsh Lullaby) and Ar Hyd Y Nos (All Through The Night) from the spine-chilling voice of Tia Kalmaru
With the support of the Creative Europe Programme – MEDIA of the European Union