Alongside Hitman 3, Bloober Team’s The Medium video game is the most anticipated title of the month, and it’s an Xbox console exclusive Microsoft fans can enjoy in just a few days. Said to be Bloober Team’s first cinematic horror game, there are many people excited about the title thanks to its comparisons to Silent Hill, and this means plenty of people are waiting for its review embargo to lift. Here you’ll find the review embargo lift date for The Medium video game, and you’ll also discover its file size and how to preload.
Although it is an Xbox console exclusive, you will be able to enjoy it on PC and Bloober Team have revealed the game’s minimum system requirements while also releasing a new trailer. While the development team’s past titles have been divisive with Layers of Fear especially criticised by some for being a ‘walking simulator’, there is a lot of anticipation and curiosity surrounding their upcoming Xbox exclusive thanks to the apparent Silent Hill influence.
You can preload The Medium video game now if you so wish, but below you’ll discover the lift date for its review embargo.
How to preload The Medium video game
You can preload The Medium video game right now by pre-ordering the title.
While you can preload The Medium video game by pre-ordering it for £37.56 from the Microsoft store as of writing, you can also play it by boasting an Xbox Game Pass subscription.
Its file size on Xbox is reportedly 23.07 GB, so it won’t take up much space on your Microsoft console.
As for PC, its file size is said to be 24.47 GB, and its current price on Steam is £35.99 thanks to a modest discount.
While you can preload the game right now by pre-ordering if you don’t boast an Xbox Game Pass subscription, you may want to wait for reviews to drop first.
When is The Medium review embargo lift date?
The review embargo lift date for The Medium game is January 27th.
In addition to the above lift date, the review embargo for The Medium video game will also end at 06:00 PT, 09:00 ET, and 14:00 GMT.
All of the above comes courtesy of Open Critic.
Seeing as the review embargo lift date and time is right around the corner, it’d be wise for you not to pre-order Bloober Team’s newest title until seeing impressions from outlets/personalities you trust.
This is especially the case if you’re not a fan of their past work, and it also applies to fans of Layers of Fear and The Blair Witch because The Medium is so different.