Song of Horror PS4 and Xbox One release has been delayed to 2021

Protocol Games and Raiser Games have announced that the PS4 and Xbox One release of the horror title Song of Horror has been delayed, and is now expected to be released in Q1 2021. The game was meant to be coming to these platforms just in time for Halloween with an original release date of October 29th. In a statement on Twitter, Raiser Games wrote:

Hi #SongofHorror fans, We had to make a hard decision that we hope all of you understand. After discussing a lot internally and due to multiple factors, we decided to move the release date of Song Of Horror to Q1 2021. We want to deliver the best possible quality for the console version, delivering the vision of the original PC release for all our community. It became evident we were not there yet and we do not want to deliver something that risks disappointing you. So, here we are. 
We know this is not good news for many of you, but we believe that the delay will help deliver a better experience, the same experience we think all of you deserve. Thank you very much in advance for your understanding and support.

In our review for Song of Horror, Steve wrote:

Song of Horror is one of the best indie horror games out there. Taking the key aspects of genre classics like Silent Hill and Resident Evil, and combining these with an encyclopaedic knowledge of the genre in other media, Song of Horror really gets under your skin and, just like The Presence, will haunt the dark corners of your mind. But don’t worry, that noise was just the wind. Or was it…
You can read the full Song of Horror review here.
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