SOMA launched on September 22nd for PC and PS4 to the frightened delight of horror fans everywhere. Today, Frictional Games is releasing a new trailer highlighting some of the game’s terrifying moments with reactions from the press.
SOMA has now been out in the wild for 10 day so it felt fitting to write a summary of how things have gone so far.
Dive deeper into the world of SOMA to uncover more about the events and stories preceding the game with the live-action mini-series from Frictional Games and Imagos Films.
Frictional Games, creators of the Amnesia and Penumbra series, presents SOMA. Plunging into the abyss to tear at the delicate threads of human consciousness, SOMA is available today on PlayStation 4 and PC.
The day has finally come. What started out as a vague idea back in 2010 has finally become an actual game. It’s been quite the journey to get here, and we’re all really proud of what we’ve achieved. SOMA is now available on Windows, Mac, Linux and PS4!
“Frictional’s latest title is a benchmark for the horror genre, and easily one of the best examples of video game storytelling this year.”
What does it really mean to be human? Are we bound to the flesh of our bodies, or do we simply inhabit them? Coming September 22nd to PC and PS4, SOMA is an unsettling journey into the depths of human consciousness.
How do you design sound for a game that takes place miles under the ocean in an abandoned complex with a plot that deals with the perception of reality? The answer is… experimentation!
To help you prepare yourself for the imminent release of SOMA, we have decided to have a sale with an 80% discount on all our previous games. Hurry and you’ll get Amnesia: The Dark Descent for free during the next 24 hours and the game will remain in your library forever.
Uneven footsteps slowly edging closer. The friction of flesh skimming along the metal hull. Air throbbing with absolute silence. You are not alone in PATHOS-II.