Blair Witch Gets A Physical Release Thanks To Koch Media And Deep Silver

Blair Witch Gets A Physical Release Thanks To Koch Media And Deep Silver

Talented Polish developer Bloober Team S.A.’s latest first-person horror experience, Blair Witch, will soon be getting a physical release thanks to a partnership between the studio and publishing/distribution partners Deep Silver and Koch Media.

While no solid details have been announced around the pricing or content of the retail version of the game, this does mark the first widely-available physical distribution of a Bloober Team game. Previous titles like Layers of Fear and Observer did get the physical treatment through boutique physical outlet Limited Run Games, but in (appropriately) small quantities.

Blair Witch is playable on PC through Steam, and Xbox One, where it’s currently available as part of Game Pass. Our very own Adam Ryan called the game “…a heart-pumping horror with a story worth uncovering”, despite some technical grievances, and you can check out his full review here.

Would you pick up a physical copy of Blair Witch when it hits store shelves? Or is the availability on Game Pass a big enough reason to just get it digitally?

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