Omen of Sorrow time-limited demo launches December 8

PlayStation Experience 2017 trailer released.

Omen of Sorrow

AOne Games will release a demo for Omen of Sorrow, its PlayStation 4-exclusive classic horror-themed fighting game, via the PlayStation Store on December 8 at 10:00 p.m. PT / December 9 at 1:00 a.m. ET, the developer announced. But it will only be playable until December 11.

The demo will feature playable characters Zafkiel and Gabriel on a new stage, and support both local multiplayer and single-player modes.

“This is the first time the game will be released onto the wild, outside of the controlled environment of an event,” said AOne Games executive producer Max Kubler in a press release. “It’s a daunting proposal, but we strongly believe that once players get their hands on the game, they’ll be able to appreciate the effort we’ve put into all the subtle details that can’t be conveyed through gameplay videos such as input handling, and the overall flow of combat.”

Omen of Sorrow will launch for PlayStation 4 in 2018. For more information, visit the game’s page on PlayStation.com.

Watch the PlayStation Experience 2017 trailer below.

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