Horror Game “The Park” Will Be Available On Consoles Very Soon

Posted: Nov 18 2015, 10:47am CST | by , in News

Horror game “The Park” Will Be Available On Consoles Very Soon

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Funcom’s horror game, The Park, launched on PC last month. The game released just on the time of Halloween.

Majority of the users did not understand the game on PC. But, the Park is finally ready to launch onto PlayStation 4 and Xbox One in the first quarter of 2016.

The Secret World Developer made this announcement today. The company also explained that the game will be a digital launch only.

Funcom’s CEO Rui Casais announced that he and the team were encouraged by the positive reactions for the Windows PC rendition.

He also said that they are very excited to bring the horror fun into consoles. The game is scary.

You will have to act as mother who is finding her missing son in a totally abandoned theme park.

The atmosphere and the surrounding are extremely weird and creepy and in actual will left you a bit spooky.

For those, who really wish to play this game have to wait till 2016.

Others, who do not know about the game, Dan Whitehead wrote Eurogamer's The Park review, where stated that the game is a thin and curiously paced stroll through horror cliché that manages a few good frights but not much else.

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