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This article originally appeared on www.polygon.com

2021 indie breakout hit Death’s Door will come to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on Nov. 23, developer Acid Nerve announced during Wednesday’s State of Play presentation.

Death’s Door, originally released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC in July, is a top-down, 3D action-adventure game where you play as Crow, a reaper who needs to claim three souls to open the titular door. It’s both challenging and welcoming, filled with so many special details and environments. Everything is cute, especially the li’l crow — and also creepy.

In our review, we said that Death’s Door “captures [FromSoftware’s Dark Souls] gloom in an instant, but it’s a far more forgiving experience than its inspiration.” Pre-orders for Death’s Door on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch are open now on their respective marketplaces.

Other announcements made during Sony’s 20-minute State of Play include a Let It Die follow-up called DeathVerse, as well as a bunch of other promising-looking indie games.

This article originally appeared on www.polygon.com

2021 indie breakout hit Death’s Door will come to PlayStation 4, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch on Nov. 23, developer Acid Nerve announced during Wednesday’s State of Play presentation.

Death’s Door, originally released on Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Windows PC in July, is a top-down, 3D action-adventure game where you play as Crow, a reaper who needs to claim three souls to open the titular door. It’s both challenging and welcoming, filled with so many special details and environments. Everything is cute, especially the li’l crow — and also creepy.

In our review, we said that Death’s Door “captures [FromSoftware’s Dark Souls] gloom in an instant, but it’s a far more forgiving experience than its inspiration.” Pre-orders for Death’s Door on PlayStation and Nintendo Switch are open now on their respective marketplaces.

Other announcements made during Sony’s 20-minute State of Play include a Let It Die follow-up called DeathVerse, as well as a bunch of other promising-looking indie games.

Source link Author Nicole Carpenter on date 2021-10-27 21:59:57 Polygon is a gaming website in partnership with Vox Media. Their culture focused site covers games, their creators, the fans, trending stories and entertainment news. Follow them for more

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