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Killer Frequency 80’s Slasher Adventure Out Now

Team17 Digital have released their brand-new original IP and black comedy slasher adventure, Killer Frequency. Available on PC, PlayStation, Xbox, Nintendo Switch and a dedicated VR version, players can begin their work as a radio station DJ.

Step into the 1980s as a radio station DJ in a Midwestern US town. Follow Forrest Nash, a washed up DJ and presenter of ‘The Scream’ late night show, as he tries to help listeners and callers survive a mysterious masked killer.

Take to the air waves using a switchboard. Explore an authentic 1980s radio station. There is a jukebox full of 1980s-inspired tunes to blast the airwaves. Guide late-night listeners as they are stalked by the mysterious killer. Take calls from potential victims and gather clues. Make the right decisions and solve puzzles to help each caller survive the night.

Interact with a variety characters with interesting personalities. From callers to potential suspects, and a charismatic producer are ready to talk. A variety of conversation options are available for callers. The choices made will either guide the caller to safety or their last moments will be broadcast live on air.

Lock the doors and grab the headphones as the show is live. Who would have guessed the graveyard shift would put people in the graveyard?

Killer Frequency Availability

Killer Frequency is available on Windows PC via Steam, PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S, and Nintendo Switch for $24.99. A 20% discount is available during the game’s first two weeks of launch on PC and consoles.

Built from the ground-up for Meta Quest 2, Killer Frequency is available for $24.99. The game runs at 72 fps on the platform.

For more information follow @KillerFrequency on Twitter and like @KillerFrequencyVR on Facebook or visit

Killer Frequency – Launch Trailer | Team17

Developer Information

Team17 Digital (@Team17 Twitter, @Team17 Facebook, YouTube) is a leading developer, an international video game label and creative partner for independent developers. Founded in 1990, the Team17 portfolio along with its games label partner titles features over 120 game titles including The Escapists, Overcooked, Yoku’s Island Express, Yooka-Laylee, and the Worms franchise.