Daymare 1998 Bringing Classic Survival Horror to Consoles

PC players already know about this Resident Evil-inspired game, but now we're ready for Daymare 1998 on PS4 and Xbox One.

After landing on Steam last year, old-school survival horror title Daymare 1998 now has an official console release date. You can try to live one more day on Xbox One and PS4 starting April 28.

Daymare 1998 started as a fan-made Resident Evil 2 remake, which was canceled when Capcom announced an official remake version, which released in early 2019. The Invader Studios development crew then met with Capcom at Capcom's Japanese headquarters to switch gears toward an original game with a nostaglic style.

The Daymare 1998 PS4 release will get a physical disc and digital download, while Xbox One players will have to go the digital store route only. While Invader Studios handled the game's original development on PC, Slipgate Studios was tasked with the console ports.

Planning to jump into this retro take on survival horror when it lands on consoles? Check out our Daymare 1998 guides here to get a head start on the difficult early puzzles! For more, be sure to check out our Early Access impressions

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Published Feb. 7th 2020

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