A One Games apparently also has plans for other platforms, including Steam. Omen of Sorrow currently has as a Steam page, with a “coming soon” release date. Still no word on the additional DLC for the game.
Metroid fans will finally see the return of Samus next month when developer MercurySteam’s Metroid Dread arrives on the Switch. To keep the hype going, Nintendo has released a new overview trailer, which according to Nintendo, “provides a nice overview of the game—and the series in general—while also offering some exhilarating footage of the game in action.”
Highlights include the demonstration of Samus’ new slide move and Melee Counter move, as well as new weapons such as the Flash Shift and Storm Missile. The trailer also covers the “dread” part by focusing on the E.M.M.I. robots that will constantly pursue Samus, and aren’t exactly easy to put down
After announcing that they had narrowed down its release to this month, developer AOne Games has finally given horror-inclined fighting game fans a definitive answer. Gematsu reports that Omen of Sorrow will hit the Xbox One on September 15 for $19.99. It will be available at a 20% discount for the first two weeks of release.
Originally released for the PlayStation 4 back in November 2018 (which we reviewed), Omen of Sorrow also headed to the PC via the Epic Games Store in July 2019.