Scholastic, Sony Pictures Consumer Products, and Cosmic Forces have teamed up to announced a new video game in Goosebumps: Dead Of Night. The game will be a survival horror experience title based on the film series and the R.L. Stine's book series. Reimagined for consoles and PC, the game followed of events from their hit mobile VR game Goosebumps: Night Of Scares with new enhanced HD graphics for modern consoles. They've added in additional chapters like Dr. Brewer's twisted Conservatory and the menacing Tesla Tower to expand on the gameplay. They've also expanded Stine House with more puzzles for you to solve, an additional five monsters with improved AI, and a lot more spooky stuff to find. According to the developers, it also features HD Rumble functionality, touchscreen support, and gyroscopic controls on Nintendo Switch.
Basically, it's the handheld title improved and advanced for a different platform so you get more from the game. You can read more about the plot below as well as check out the trailer for the game. As to the release, while a date hasn't been set, they are aiming to release it this summer. Which is awfully ambitions considering the way the world is as of when we're writing this. We'll see how things pan out in the next couple months.
Slappy the Dummy has stolen the pages from classic Goosebumps tales, unleashing a nightmare of legendary monsters who are out to get you! Discover the missing pages and avoid getting caught by terrifying creatures like the Graveyard Ghoul, Lawn Gnomes, Annihilator 3000, Murder the Clown, and the Werewolf of Fever Swamp to banish these baddies back to the page. Explore infamous Goosebumps locales for clues, sneak around and hide from monsters, and solve Slappy's devious puzzles, but beware—you never know what's lurking around the corner.