Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle Comes To The New Xbox Systems

Solid game ans it will be interesting to see it on the newer systems.

GS2 Games announced today that the retail (packaged) version of Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle will be coming to the Xbox Series X and Xbox One on April 9th, 2024. Long suffering Xbox players in desperate need of an early 2024 zombie fix will finally be able to experience one of the most innovative weapons ever put into an FPS – the Frostgrip. Said Bloody Disgusting’s Reyna Cervantes, “What’s neat about this item is not only is it used in combat but exploration as well. During combat I could shoot out blasts of ice to completely freeze an enemy and shatter them with a satisfying animation. The Frost Grip quickly becomes a tool of crowd control that leans more into an action movie feel. The Frost Grip is also used during exploration, allowing Reyes to stop fire or white hot pipes to progress through the environment. It’s such a cool item that I seriously hope Invader brings it back for potential future installments.”


Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle is a prequel to the critically acclaimed Daymare:1998. It follows Dalila Reyes, a special agent in the Hexacore Advanced Division for Extraction and Search (H.A.D.E.S.) unit as she investigates a sprawling, sinister military research facility buried deep underground. Dalila’s goal is uncovering the truth behind the horrors in the labyrinthine facility, if she can survive long enough to complete her mission. Along with mind-bending environmental puzzles around every turn, she’ll face blood-curdling monstrosities with only death on their mind – and who aren’t willing to stay dead.

Daymare: 1994 Sandcastle was created by Invaders Studios, an Italian independent software house based in the Roman countryside whose team is united by the passion for the survival horror genre. The game was co-written by renowned Italian movie director and writer, Fabio Guaglione, who wrote and directed the psychological survival movie, “Mine,” (starring Armie Hammer), the Netflix hit, “My Name is Vendetta, and wrote the innovative horror-thriller, “Ride,” the first horror movie filmed entirely in GoPro.