Layers of Fear Coming to Mac Products June 15

One of the the first games to be released using Unreal Engine 5, Bloober Team’s Layers of Fear will be available on every Mac with Apple silicon, along with all major platforms, on June 15.

Also set to release on the PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X|S, and PC, Layers of Fear (2023) will take advantage of Metal to deliver smooth and responsive gameplay with high frame rates and sharp visuals. This title can be enjoyed on any Mac with Apple silicon, ranging from MacBooks to their line of powerful desktops.

Learn more with the trailer below:

Layers of Fear – Apple Silicon Mac Release Date Trailer

According to Piotr Babieno, CEO of Bloober Team:

“Apple silicon has transformed gaming on Mac — delivering incredible graphics performance, new capabilities, along with extraordinary battery life. We’re thrilled to launch our new game Layers of Fear (2023), on June 15 along withThe Medium, which is coming later this summer. Native on Mac, Layers of Fear(2023) will take full advantage of Metal and the power of Apple silicon. Such a connection guarantees the game will display incredible graphical fidelity and outstanding performance; two things you need to fully enjoy an immersive horror game with a dark, unsettling atmosphere. We can’t wait to see how much fun gamers have, and hope they enjoy this ride as much as we do!”Piotr Babieno

Source: Press Release
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