This autumn, Slender Man will make a triumphant comeback with a substantial upgrade to commemorate the tenth anniversary of Slender: The Arrival. Slender: The Arrival is getting significant improvements, new features, and brand-new storylines ten years after its first release.
This horror adventure game made its PC debut in March 2013 during the peak of Slender Man’s internet popularity. It then found its way to more recent platforms like Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One, where it benefited from significant corrections and improvements. Despite the fact that Slender Man’s appeal may have declined recently, Blue Isle Studios has stayed dedicated to creating fresh materials and upgrades for Slender: The Arrival. Blue Isle Studios first teased the game’s October release in June, and the studio is now ready to reveal more information.
The 10th anniversary upgrade for Slender: The Arrival will be released on October 18, according to Blue Isle Studios. A new story chapter, improved graphics made possible by Unreal Engine 5, and expanded language support are all included in this release. Slender: The Arrival owners who use Steam will receive this update free of charge. Additionally, through Steam properties, they will be able to easily swap between earlier game versions. Along with the news, the studio released a gameplay trailer highlighting the new story chapter. They also hinted at “significant plans for future expansions,” which will be covered in a roadmap that will be released soon, as revealed in their most recent blog post.
Along with the upcoming update, Slender: The Arrival will make its premiere on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and the Epic Games Store, all for the first time at the $19.99 price point. The cost of the Steam version will increase from $9.99 to $19.99. Smart gamers who want to save some money may decide to buy the game before it is released. Slender: The Arrival’s new update will also deliver better frame rates and resolutions. For the best settings, the new PC system requirements advise using 16 GB of RAM and an RTX 3070 graphics card.
It’s vital to remember that last-generation consoles like the PS4 and Xbox One won’t support the 10th anniversary upgrade. Players will therefore need to buy the game again if they want to finish the Slender: The Arrival storyline. This choice may have been made due to the constraints of Unreal Engine 5 on previous systems.
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