The retro-styled atmospheric experience will soon be on Sony platforms.
Solo developer Benjamin Rivers has announced that his indie horror game Home will be expanding to PS4 and PS Vita sometime this year.
"It’s a game that’s meant to be played alone, in the darkest room (or alley, or barn, or deep, dank forest) you can find," he says on the PlayStation blog. "On PS4, this means you can turn off the lights, crank that sound system and let the dread wash over you. If you’re extra brave, you can play the game on your Vita — somewhere scary, where no one will find you, and with a fat pair of headphones, of course."
Everything from the original PC and mobile versions, including post-release updates, will be making their way to these new versions for PS4 and Vita. But will there be any brand-new, platform-exclusive content? Rivers says only that he will be back later to "discuss specifics as we tinker around a bit more."
Home first released in 2012 for PC, designed as an open-ended story-based experience to be played in one sitting. In our review, we concluded that it might be best for gamers who feel more like contemplating rather than interacting.
In addition to Home's PlayStation port, Rivers is also working on a psychological sci-fi dating sim called Alone With You.
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