The first-person horror game Madison will also be released on consoles this year.

This has been announced by developer Bloodious Games who were formerly known as Nosebleed Games. It is not stated on which consoles the game will be released specifically. An exact release date has not yet been given. It is clear that the game will be released both physically and digitally.

The PC version of Madison was originally supposed to be released on Steam and GOG on January 7, but was delayed due to developer name issues. Another independent developer is said to be having issues with the Nosebleed Games name, hence the name change. A new release date for the PC version has not yet been announced.

Madison is a psychological horror game in which players control Luca, who must overcome the torture of the demon Madison. Players have a camera that allows them to take Polaroid photos to solve puzzles and see more than with the naked eye. The first images of the game have regularly been compared to P.T., the demo of the never-released Silent Hills developed by Hideo Kojima.