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Amnesia: Rebirth reviews round-up – all the scores

By Dom Peppiatt,
Monday, 19 October 2020 17:04 GMT

The reviews are in for Frictional Games’ latest horror title, Amnesia: Rebirth, and the verdict is looking good for the esteemed developer.

It’s been ten years since the release of Amnesia: The Dark Descent, and now – emboldened after the success of SOMA – Frictional Games has returned with the horror sequel, Amnesia: Rebirth.

Arriving tomorrow, October 20, on PC and PlayStation 4, the game has certainly made an impression with critics around the world. If you’re in the mood to get scared and spooked ahead of Halloween 2020, it looks like this will be the perfect game for you.

Many of the reviewers note that it’s hard to actually go into too much detail about the game without revealing some pretty hefty narrative spoilers, so instead, we’ll go for a more general overview. The game finds you traversing scorched deserts and dark caves to keep player character Tasi alive and “dig up the truth.”

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Check out the scores below:

Amnesia: Rebirth releases October 20 for PS4 and PC.

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