Omen of Sorrow Release Date

18 August 2018
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Soedesco and AOne Games kicked have announcemend that dark fighting game Omen of Sorrow will release for PlayStation 4 both digitally and physically on the 6th of November. A brand new trailer has been released to celebrate this milestone.

Watch the Omen of Sorrow New Gameplay Trailer:

Conquer Darkness

Omen of Sorrow is a four-button fighting game inspired by classical horror, fantasy and iconic myths and legends. Players can find themselves battling in various dangerous and gloomy places, such as a raging forest fire or a sinister castle. Omen of Sorrow also features 12 legendary characters, such as the half-angel Gabriel and the strong but unlucky hunchback Quasimodo. All characters are connected by an intricate storyline full of internal struggles, spite and malice.

Here’s Omen of Sorrow gallery. Click on any of these image thumbnails to see the full-size screens:


Playable at Gamescom

Omen of Sorrow will be playable at Gamescom in Cologne from the 21st to the 25th of August 2018, in hall 10.1 at booth no. B-62. This will be the perfect opportunity for visitors to contend with their friends in a daunting match, before Omen of Sorrow is even released. Additionally there will be cosplay at the Soedesco booth. ShowGirlShae poses as Zafkiel from Omen of Sorrow, and visitors have the opportunity to immortalize the moment by taking a picture with her.

Key Features

• Battle with 12 iconic characters and strategize with over 250 special moves

• Flirt with danger in dismal stages, inspired by age-old European legends

• Endure 36 grueling battles in Singleplayer, or beat up friends in local Versus

• Fight in Custom Rule Matches and fluent Online Ranked Matches

• Unlock special rewards by conquering arcade Mode and survival Modes

• Master your fighting skills in Tutorial mode and in the fully featured Training Room

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