Sony unveils Inscryption, Sea Of Stars and other Indian apps heading to PlayStation
The PlayStation Twitter account posted a series of small announcements highlighting upcoming indie games on PlayStation. While Cult of the Lamb’s Coming out August 11 Confirmed, a few notable revelations and updates will delight PlayStation indie fans in the near future and beyond. Here’s a quick recap of the games coming up PS5 and PS4.
One of the The best and most surprising game of 2021 to the dashboard for the first time. The PS5/PS4 version of the horror deck maker has exclusive features, such as the sound of a talking Stoat card coming from the controller’s speakers, haptic feedback support, and atmospheric lighting. , which, according to creator Daniel Mullens, “emits from your controller.” We’re not sure what that means, but Inscryption won’t be missed for those who couldn’t play it on PC last year. Unfortunately, the PS port doesn’t have a release window, but hopefully it will arrive later this year.
Sea of stars
Sabotages’ homage to the classic JRPG is was recently delayed to 2023, but now we know it’s heading for PlayStation consoles in addition to PCs. Sea of Stars is a prequel to Sabotage’s previous title, The Messenger, and features two heroes battling an alchemist using the powers of the sun and moon. In one Posts on PlayStation BlogThe team revealed details of the game’s turn-based combat, such as timed hits, combo moves, and party member swaps.
The Tomorrow Children: Phoenix Edition
Q-Games announced plans to revive the now-defunct multiplayer game The Tomorrow Children last November. This return, dubbed Phoenix Editon, launches on PS5 and PS4 on September 6. For those who didn’t play it in 2016, the game is billed as a cooperative building simulation as the player plays. Work together to build islands and battle monsters in the wartime Soviet-themed Cold Assault. Phoenix Edition adds more islands, grappling hooks to quickly expand structures, offline single player mode, and many other additions that you can read about on Blog PlayStation.
Schim impressed with us as we played it during the Summer Festival Gaming Day, and Sony’s announcement of its PlayStation launch also confirmed its 2023 release window. The unique puzzle platformer asks the player to traverse the various puzzles. shadow like a strange frog-like creature. Exploring the Dutch-inspired city requires thoughtful planning as you jump from the shadow of a lamppost or trash can to the shadow of a jogger or cyclist to navigate new areas on your own . Powered by a captivating art direction, we look forward to exploring it on PlayStation consoles and other platforms.
Cursed for Golf
This goofy side-scrolling roguelike combines golf with the supernatural as you take control of a golfer trying to escape purgatory. This mix of genres looks amazing, and we finally know that the game is coming out on August 18th. You can watch us play Cursed to Golf in this episode of the series. New game today.
Scheduled for PlayStation 4 and other platforms on October 27, Signalis’ presentation harks back to early ’90s 3D graphics for a return survivor-inspired horror adventure. The player controls an engineer whose spaceship crashes on an icy planet. Her only crewmate has gone missing, and finding her requires exploring a sinister government facility and confronting terrifying creatures. If you like sci-fi thrillers with a bunch of cosmic horrors, Signalis should be in your sights.