Blair Witch is out today, and so are the reviews.
Bloober Team’s take on the horror franchise Blair Witch hits PC and Xbox One today. We’ve rounded up the reviews for you below.
Announced at the Xbox E3 2019 briefing, Blair Witch is a first-person psychological horror title based on the cinematic lore of the films.
Set in 1996, you play as former Maryland police officer who is helping search for a missing boy. You will traverse the Black Hills Forest near Burkittsville, and not only face your past, but evil forces which permeate the forest.
But you’re not alone: you have a very good boy to keep you company during this frightening excursion. Not only does he alert you to danger and find important items, how you treat him will affect his behavior. Be nice to your dog. We will find you if you don’t.
Along with your trusty dog, you have a flashlight. Evil seems to always hate the light, so shine it as much as possible.
To get a better idea of what to expect, look over our preview of the game.
If you’re still on the fence after looking over the review scores, the game is available through Xbox Game Pass. If you are a sub, this means you’ll pay nothing for it.
All scores below are based on 10 being the highest unless noted. We’ll update the list as more reviews come in.
Blair Witch review scores
- Vandal (Spanish) – 7
- Attack of the Fanboy – 4/5
- Windows Central – 4/5
- Xbox Achievements – 75/100
- Hobby Consolas (Spanish) – 70/100
- GamesRadar – 3/5
- Jeuxvideo (French) – 15/20