Don’t Knock Twice Creeps Onto Store Shelves

Don't Knock Twice Creeps Onto Store Shelves

Don’t Knock Twice, the first-person survival horror game based on the film of the same name, released digitally last September and now it’s getting a physical edition.

To save her estranged daughter, a guilt-ridden mother must uncover the frightening truth behind the urban tale of a vengeful, demonic witch.

Developer Wales Interactive, known for Late Shift, The Bunker, and Soul Axiom, has teamed up with publisher Perp Games for the physical copy. The game can be played as a standard PS4 experience or with PlayStation VR using one or two Move controllers.

The gameplay sees you making your way through a dark, creepy house examining objects and looking for clues to help you find your missing daughter and escape from a terrifying demonic witch, Baba Yaga, based on an urban legend.

“The horror genre includes some of the most riveting videogames out there,” said Mickey Torode, director of publishing at Perp Games. “Fear and atmosphere really suck players into the gaming experience, and VR creates another method of really captivating and involving players. We look forward to bringing more immersive VR experiences like Don’t Knock Twice to the PlayStation platform.”

The M rated Don’t Knock Twice is available now for PlayStation 4 at North American retailers for $39.99 and on the PlayStation Store for $19.99.

Written by Josh Langford

Josh Langford

Josh has been gaming since 1977 starting with the Atari 2600.
He currently owns 26 different consoles and 6 different handhelds (all hooked up and in working condition) including all consoles from the current generation.

Josh is currently the US PR & Marketing Manager for Fountain Digital Labs and has recused himself from any involvement on PS Nation arising from posting or editing any news or reviews stemming from FDL.

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