‘SENSEs: Midnight’, a Survival Horror Game, is Coming Soon to Consoles

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SENSEs: Midnight is Suzaku’s survival horror game that came out last year in July for Steam users. It was only a matter of time until the game would become available for other platforms except for PC, and the wait is almost over for the fans.

SENSEs features graphics that look straight out of anime, and the player will have to face hordes of evil spirits coming at him. The game will rapidly grip the player with its evil vibe, and now it’s time to pull that console out of your closet in case you have one!

SENSEs: Midnight becomes available for consoles in June

According to TechRaptor, the SENSEs: Midnight survival game will become available for a pretty large list of consoles this June: PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, Xbox One, and Nintendo Switch. The PS5 and Nintendo Switch consoles are even getting physical editions of the game.

Feel free to watch the game’s trailer in case you are willing to learn more:

If you want to run SENSEs: Midnight on the PC, you can grab the game from Steam, where it costs 9.99 euros. You must keep in mind that the system requirements to play it are pretty demanding. To run the game on the PC, your rig needs a minimum amount of 16GB of RAM and an Intel Core i5 processor. Also, only 4GB of storage space will be enough.

Running SENSEs: Midnight on Windows 8 or Windows 7 is impossible, as you’ll need Windows 10 or Windows 11 installed on your PC. This move is clearly unsurprising, considering that more and more apps out there (and games are also apps, technically speaking) don’t work anymore on Windows 7 despite the fact that we’re talking about one of the best operating systems of all time.

Do you have what it takes to face the terrifying threats in SENSEs: Midnight?

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