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    Return To Yeondu High in ‘White Day 2: The Flower That Tells Lies – Complete Edition’

    PQube announced that ‘White Day 2: The Flower That Tells Lies – Complete Edition’, is coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2024. The Complete Edition is also available on Steam now, replacing the original episodic release.

    Story And Features

    On the night of March 14th, 2001, exactly one day after the incident at Yeondu High, four individuals returned to the school in search of answers to the unsolved mysteries that haunt them. Uncover the dark truth that remained hidden in this direct sequel to the Korean horror cult classic.

    Investigate bizarre phenomena, evade bloodthirsty killers, and unravel a twisting narrative spread across three unnerving episodes.

    • Return to Yeondu High: Explore the school by torchlight and revisit familiar locations to uncover sinister new revelations, items, and areas that had previously remained elusive.
    • Evade un-killable stalkers: Monitor your environment to avoid being detected by possessed nightguards and terrifying phantoms. Utilise camera flashes to temporarily stun your pursuers.
    • Chilling ghost encounters: Confront twisted manifestations of the building’s tragic past. Discover and document haunted sites with your camera to reveal the disturbing origins of each ghost.
    • Branching episodes: Experience the story from multiple perspectives. Learn from your mistakes and revisit completed episodes to reveal alternate routes with 14 possible outcomes.
    • Solve obscure puzzles: Search for clues and key items to help solve complex puzzles and escape locked rooms. Decipher hidden riddles to unlock new story paths and additional endings.
    • Bonus costume DLC included: Introducing 7 additional costumes including traditional Korean Hanbok for the player characters and a nostalgic janitor tracksuit for the guards.
    • Coming to PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X|S in 2024.
    • Out Now on Steam
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