Indulge in the hype for Abandoned it is not always easy, but now the long awaited presentation app finally has one exit date. The application will precede the first real trailer for the title, which gives us an appointment next month. We will talk more about the dates in a few lines.
We just finished talking about Hideo Kojima, and we swear that (at least this time) there is no correlation with the game designer from us or from the speculative scene generated around the game. Many theories have emerged about the possible use of BlueBox Game Studios as a facade, but nothing confirmed.
Abandoning the delay, the long-awaited release date of the Abandoned is officially set for on the 29th of the month… more or less. In reality, there is still a long way to go, and horror fans will still need a little patience. In fact, the BlueBox calendar still includes several stages.
The first of these, as we have mentioned, is the 29th of July. It will be then that all PS5 users will be able download for free the application, relatively well in advance of its contents. The latter, however, will arrive only next month, while many players will be under the umbrella.
We’re excited to announce that the Abandoned Trailers App will be available to preload free of charge for all PS5 users on July 29 with the introduction available on August 10 followed by the first trailer later in August.
– BLUE BOX Game Studios (@BBGameStudios) July 11, 2021
In fact, above you can read that the “introduction” will be made available in just under a month, the 10th of August. Later in the month that ends the summer season you will find the first real trailer for the title, although the specific day has not yet been revealed.
Leaving aside the conspiracy theorists (and those who speak only of coincidences), some replied to the tweet about the complications of this limp marketing campaign. The need for a dedicated app for a single trailer, according to the first comments to the post, seems to be an intermediate step too many.
As for the possible correlations with silent Hill, we recall that Konami recently made official a agreement with Bloober Team for many franchises, including the horror saga. One way or another, then, Pyramid Head will find its way home.