Bloober Team, responsible for critically acclaimed titles such as The Medium and Observer: System Redux, is excited to announce that Layers of Fear 2 is officially available on the Nintendo eShop on May 20th, 2021! This next chapter in the fan-favorite psychological horror phenomenon is on the eShop for $29.99.


Synopsis: Co-developed by Dreamloop Games for the Nintendo Switch release, Layers of Fear 2 is a first-person psychological horror, placing players in the role of a Hollywood actor aboard an ocean liner. You’ll be in the lead role of a new film, directed by a mysterious yet eccentric director, voiced by Tony Todd. 


Some key features of Layers of Fear 2 include the following:


  • Story-Driven Exploration – Explore the bizarre rooms and corridors of the ocean liner. Piece together your past and expose the reason why you have been cast for this film.
  • Psychological & Psychedelic Horror – Is this all part of the film? Or are your memories playing tricks on you? Your world may change with the slightest of provocations and it’s your responsibility to decide what is real.
  • A Stage On the Sea – The deeper you venture into the bowels of the luxurious ocean liner, the more incredible—and terrifying—the scenes become. What awaits you in the final scene?
  • Ominous Classical Soundtrack – An original score composed by Arkadiusz Reikowski, conducted by George Strezov, and performed by the Sofia Session Orchestra highlights the disquieting atmosphere aboard the ship.


Layers of Fear 2 is also available on PC, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4.

The trailer is narrated by Tony Todd, whose dark, ominous voice rings throughout the scenes. While no true gameplay is present, we do get to see the graphics and visuals we can expect to see on the Nintendo Switch. As somebody who has yet to play Layers of Fear 2, on any available platform yet, this trailer does a fantastic job of intriguing me and making me want to explore this eerie ship. 

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By Published On: May 19, 2021Categories: Game News, Games0 Comments