Horror Anthology Stories Untold Out Now On PS4 & Xbox One

The once PC-exclusive Stories Untold is now available on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One (launched October 27) as promised in a promotional trailer, seen further down.

The trailer is short and sweet, offering a nostalgic glimpse into 1980s technology, played to a heavily synthesized soundtrack resembling the Stranger Things OST. This 80s themed horror puzzler could be the perfect way to spend Halloween, and with this new release, No Code has added a remastered version of the first episode, the critically acclaimed “The House Abandon”.

The horror-anthology title, created by No Code, the Scottish studio responsible for the outer-space puzzle thriller Observation, and developed by Fall Guys’ Devolver Digital, was initially released back in 2017 for PC before making a move to Nintendo Switch in January the following year.

From the Microsoft Store for Xbox One, Stories Untold has been discounted from $9.99 to $7.99. Where as the PlayStation Store has it for $9.99, and only $4.99 on the Nintendo Switch.

Stories Untold is described as “a narrative-driven experimental adventure game”, which combines classic text-adventure and point-and-click styles of gameplay. Set in England in 1986, Stories Untold features four unique stories “packaged together into a single mysterious anthology”. The other three stories include “The Lab Conduct”, “The Station Process”, and “The Last Session”.

Sticking with Devolver Digital for a moment, the company recently acquired a long-time collaborator, Croteam. In the past, the two studios have joined forces to work on titles such as the award-winning The Talos Principle and the Serious Sam series.

Devolver teased that the future is “ultra exciting with new projects”, including The Talos Principle 2, new Serious Sam games, and original IP from both Croteam and the Croteam Incubator teams.

Meanwhile in the world of Fall Guys, for only ten crowns, players can now claim their own Sonic the Hedgehog skin for their jelly beans. 

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