Daniel Mullins, creator of Inscryption, has announced that his creepy deckbuilding roguelite that featured on many game of the year lists last year is coming to PlayStation.
Announced on the PlaySation Blog as part of today’s PlayStation Indies reveals, Mullins explained that the PS version of the game will make use of the RGB lights and speaker on the controller. Stoat, the game’s talking card, will have its audio played out of the controller, and the atmospheric lighting of the cabin Inscryption is set in will be reflected by the light of the DualShock/DualSense.
“If you’re playing in the dark you’ll be one step closer to feeling like you’re inside Leshy’s cabin,” Mullins said of the lighting.
Otherwise, Inscryption on PlayStation is identical to the PC version. It’s part card game, party escape room, part horror. Starting out as a creepy roguelite card battler, the story soon twists its own rules as you gradually get closer to the truth.
Publisher Devolver will release the game on both PS4 and PS5, although no release date has yet to be announced. It’s worth holding on for that announcement though, and our 9/10 Inscryption review explains exactly why you should be interested. Unsurprisingly, we awarded it our best strategy game of 2021 award.
For more announcements, check out our run down of everything revealed during today’s PlayStation Indies.
Matt Purslow is IGN’s UK News and Features Editor.
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