Until Dawn

Global Total as of 30th Sep 2017 (units): 1.78m
Platform: PlayStation 4Also on: PlayStation 3
Developer: Supermassive Games Ltd. Genre: Adventure

Total Units

North America: 0.53m 29.8%
+ Europe: 0.92m 51.5%
+ Japan: 0.06m 3.3%
+ Rest of the World: 0.28m 15.5%
= Global 1.78m

Release History

TitlePublisherRegionDateDistribution
Until Dawn Sony Computer Entertainment AmericaNorth America25th August 2015Retail
Until Dawn Sony Computer Entertainment EuropeEurope26th August 2015Retail
Until Dawn Sony Computer EntertainmentJapan27th August 2015Retail

Game Overview

Until Dawn is a survival horror game developed by Supermassive Games Ltd. and published by Sony exclusively for PlayStation 4. The game was first shown as a PlayStation 3 game, but was later re-revealed at Gamescom 2014 as a PlayStation 4 exclusive.

Until Dawn follows a group of eight friends who are trapped together on a remote mountain retreat and aren't alone. Gripped by dread, with tensions running high, they must fight through their fear if they all hope to make through the night in one piece. Your actions and decisions have consequences that carry through the game, meaning the difference between life and death for everyone involved.

Comments

pitzy272 (on 14 April 2017)
Just finished this with my buddy. This
game was so freakin good! We both were
surprised at how good it was. Very well
done. I can't wait to see what
supermassive games comes out with next.
Dallinor (on 21 December 2016)
My favorite game this gen.
WagnerPaiva (on 11 November 2016)
Just finished my first playthrough.
amazing game!
bluedawgs (on 19 October 2016)
bit of a coincidence that you seem to
have nothing but praise for pretty much
every xbox exclusive but seem to be
dissapointed in pretty much every ps4
exclusive, isn't that a bit odd
puggsly?
Mr Puggsly (on 07 October 2016)
Its a unique game but it didn't grab my
attention as much as I hoped. Much of
the time is spent exploring
uninteresting environments and jump
scares. Compared to Telltale games or
Heavy Rain it feels poorly
paced.

Overall it has a decent story,
the graphics are fantastic, and its
certainly unique compared to other story
driven titles. If the pacing was better
and perhaps the game was shorter, it
would be easier to recommend. Little
value so it was never worth $60.
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