Until Dawn PC Version Possibly in the Works at Virtuos, According to Former Employee

The rumored upcoming Until Dawn PC port might very well be in the works at porting specialist Virtuos.

Last week we reported on a rumor that a new version of SuperMassive’s horror game is coming to both PS5 and PC. This new version is said to be in the works for “at least” one year. No additional information was shared, and at this point, we’re not entirely sure whether we’re looking at a remake or remaster of the 2015 title.

Interestingly enough, however, a LinkedIn profile (via Reddit user KekanKok) from a former Virtuos employee mentions working on Until Dawn for PC/console between December 2019 and March 2020. This would imply that the project has been in the oven for quite some time. On the other hand, it could also mean that Virtuos initially worked on the project, but that another studio later took over.  We’ve included a screenshot of the reference to Until Dawn below:

While this doesn’t necessarily confirm that a new version of Until Dawn is indeed still coming, it’s interesting information nonetheless. Although letting Sony-owned studio Nixxes work on the port would make more sense, it should be noted that Nixxes is already said to be working on multiple projects. Also, Virtuos has a solid track record when it comes to porting games to other platforms, including the magnificent The Witcher 3 Nintendo Switch port.

We’ll update you as soon as we learn more about the rumored new Until Dawn PC and PS5 versions. What are your thoughts about this project? Are we looking at a simple remaster or a remake of the 2015 PS4 game? Hit the comments below. Meanwhile, here’s what we wrote about the game in our review:

“A side effect of this system is that you won’t be able to see all the content or learn all the mysteries of Blackwood Pines in the first playthrough. The very structure of Until Dawn encourages to play the game multiple times, even if just to see if you can save a certain character who died suddenly the previous time.”

Share this story

Facebook

Twitter