Published PQube Limited has announced that the Korean survival horror title White Day: A Labyrinth Named School will be launching on Switch this coming September. A physical edition is also available for pre-order now at participating retailers via the official website for £34.99.

Originally launched back in 2001 by developer Sonnori, the game was subsequently remade for PS4, PC, and mobile devices in 2015. Its gameplay takes place via a first-person perspective in which you, as protagonist Lee Hui-min, must explore a school, solve puzzles, and hide from the game's enemies.

Here are some features from PQube Limited:

- Based on the legendary 2001 title of the same name it has been completely remade for modern gamers
- Enter Yeondu High School, a building with a dark past and haunted by those who met their untimely demise on its grounds
- Terrifying ghost encounters: Come face-to-face with 20 unique ghosts, each more horrifying than the last.
- Featuring a dynamic scare system: the higher the difficulty, the more terrors you encounter
- Discover hidden secrets, ghost stories and ten different endings
- 30+ bonus costume DLC's included for Sung-A Kim, So-Young Han, Ji-Min Yoo, Ji-Hyeon Seol, Hee-Min-Lee, Bong-Goo Lee, and Dal-Su Son

What do you think of White Day: A Labyrinth Named School? Have you played it previously, or will this be your first experience with the game? Let us know!