House of Ashes Story Trailer and Release Date Revealed

House of Ashes

Prepare to embark in another terrifying adventure in The Dark Pictures Anthology series, as a new House of Ashes trailer and the release date of the game has been revealed at this year’s Summer Game Fest — showing what horrific dangers a group of unsuspecting soldiers will face later this year!

Here’s the trailer — which announces the game coming to PC and consoles this October 22!

Wondering what the synopsis for this newest chapter is about? Read it below straight from the press release.

The place… Iraq. The time… 2003. In the shadow of the Zagros mountains a military unit comes under fire from Iraqi forces. The resulting firefight causes an earth tremor where both sides fall into the ruins of a buried Sumerian temple. With all communication with the outside world severed, our protagonists are trapped in a terrifying underworld they must navigate to escape – unaware that something ancient and evil has awakened in the shadows and has found new prey to hunt. Horrific discoveries and impossible decisions now face the survivors as they strive to escape the terrifying threat they’ve awakened. Will they each prioritize their own survival, or put aside their fears and personal rivalries to fight together as one against these underworld monsters?

In addition to a standard edition, House of Ashes will also offer an exclusive Pazuzu Edition, which includes the House of Ashes game, the Pazuzu Edition box, an exclusive underworld creature figurine, a metal pin, exclusive art print, stickers, and access to the pre-order bonus, known as The Curator’s Cut. Day-1 access to The Curator’s Cut opens up previously unavailable scenes with different playable characters and outcomes.

If you missed the last House of Ashes gameplay trailer reveal, you can check it out here.

House of Ashes will be released for PS5, PS4, Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One, and PC on October 22.

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