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One Late Night: Deadline

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One Late Night: Deadline continues the story of One Late Night, a horror/mystery game where you play the role of an office worker caught in the middle of the paranormal activity that has broken out in a seemingly ordinary office building. Freely explore the 5 story office complex that houses several different companies. Look for clues around the offices, read newspapers about local events, hack your colleagues emails – anything that might tell you something related to the strange happenings.

You arrive at your work late in the night. The rain is pouring down and a storm is closing in fast. Everyone has gone home for the day a long time ago, but the lights in the lobby are still on as usual. As you enter the office complex through the main entrance, you immediately feel the emptiness and begin to go over in your head “what the hell you are doing here in the middle of the night?”, when you could be at home getting some well-deserved sleep. However, while your mind is clouded with the details of your precious deadline, you are unaware of lurking danger in the building and what has occurred during the night. Something has been set free; something that’s not from the world of the living. The shadowy and long hallways beckon you as you attempt to unravel the mystery that has befallen the unassuming offices. Has everyone really gone home, or is someone or something still here?Facts
  • Objectives
    The entire game revolves around completing objectives and other small tasks. These objectives may trigger at certain points in the game or by witnessing certain events. The objectives does not all have to be completed in a linear fashion, and some does not have to be completed at all.
  • Cellphone
    You can use your cellphone as a light source in dark areas and shine in the direction you look. You do not have to go on a tedious battery hunt for the flashlight, but it will drain over time. The battery will replenish automatically over time after you put away the cellphone.
  • Parallel dimensions
    One Late Night: Deadline brings you a parallel dimension where you might see things otherwise not visible to the naked eye. So, if things look bleak and you’ve lost your way, use your cellphone to tap into this mysterious second dimension and things will soon become clearer. But beware; you might see more than you wished for.
  • Computers
    Along your way you will come across computers that can be manipulated. You can use these computers to gather clues and information by reading employee emails. However, some computers are locked and require you to use a password, but if you are stuck you can try to hack them. If you find a Hack disc it will help you immensely in the hacking process.
  • Drowsiness
    When your eyes grow weary and you begin feeling tired, you can head for the nearest vending machine to replenish your energy. If you move around for too long without having a drink you will eventually collapse from exhaustion. Running will make you tired much faster. If you are lucky you might find Dexterity tablets that you can eat along the way and instantly restore your energy.
  • Doors
    All security doors are unlocked using keycards. This is the lowest form of security in the building. Some doors also require a code. You start out with a default keycard that lets you in through some doors.
  • Save game
    You can save the game progress by using the coffee machines located conveniently around the building.
  • A real world
    All the environments are designed from a real-world perspective and based on a real office building for authenticity.
  • Your choice
    You choose the outcome of the game by either completing the game in the quickest and simplest way or by taking the long route and digging deeper.
  • A full soundtrack
    A full OST composed by the talented Pontus Malmquist, known for his outstanding music from the original One Late Night.
Release date
Black Curtain Studio
Black Curtain Studio
Age rating
Not rated

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP / Vista / 7 / 8
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Duo or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX9c compliant card with at least 1024MB of VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0
  • Storage: 1250 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX9c compliant
  • Additional Notes: Rquirements are based on desktop hardware. Some AMD based hardware may experience lesser performance.
  • OS: Windows 7 SP1 64-bits
  • Processor: Intel Core 2 Quad or AMD equivalent
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DirectX9c compliant card with at least 2048MB of VRAM
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 1250 MB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX9c compliant
  • Additional Notes: Rquirements are based on desktop hardware. Some AMD based hardware may experience lesser performance.
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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One Late Night: Deadline reviews and comments

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Microsoft from Deutsch
The first Few minutes I thought oh it's going to jerk. But after the Start I was able to play with a GTX 750 with full Settings without Rucklers! Contra is too frequent exhausted and more Tips should be included on how to progress otherwise a good Game.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
The rating is temporary and more of a warning than a review. One Late Night: Deadline suffers from horrible performance issues and it is not just me who experiences them, but quite a few other people who complain in the Steam forums. Waiting for a fix, My Rig (average fps: 11-16) Geforce GTX 970 AMD FX 8350 8 GB RAM
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I could have saved myself the Money for the Game. It jerks despite powerful PC even on low Graphics settings, even if it's a Horror Game it's way too dark in places so you can't even see where you're going. In Places you just bugger your way through the Area and at one Point I was so solidified I didn't get out of a Cabin anymore and the Game should have started all over again. The first Title of the Free to Play was much better. Not recommended.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
I find The Game 60% good for the Following Reasons Positive: + Good Horror + Jumpscares + Music + Andeture and Knowledge at Part 1 + + Have little people programmed and at least struggled to give themselves (I mean it was only 1) Price: Optimative negative:--Bugs-no optimal Aids at Quest and Tasks-barely resourcable things Conclusion: The game is oke, but I liked the previous one more. But nevertheless Respect for the Short Production Time and so few people have worked on it, but I would at least have liked the bugs to have been fixed.
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Microsoft from Deutsch
One Late Night: Deadline is absolutely a powerful sequel. A very interesting and well thought-story, an exciting feeling, as well as a pleasant graphics. I can't understand how this game to evaluate negative, since there is no reason! Framerate-Problems, that's it? Really? I understood the story after a long think and have to say that it is considered awesome. Here, the positive and negative aspects. --POSITIVE ASPECTS-- -Amazing story -Atmospheric music that fits the story -Very large building -More "friends" (You know what i mean ;)) -Good tasks --NEGATIVE ASPECTS/BUGS/ILLOGICAL THINGS-- -The zombie walks straight to the door, and disappears! He's not chasing you.. (After the objective "Head back to your office") -Sometimes, the enemies are dumb as sh*t. (Zombie falls down the floor? What?) This small but nice things were sometimes a bit annoying. By and large, the sequel is a great success. I hope it will someday a 3rd part.
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