After being rated in Australia for PS4, Daniel Mullins Games’ Inscryption has been confirmed for the platform along with PS5. A release date wasn’t provided, but you can check out the announcement trailer and its mind-bending weirdness below.
Inscryption presents itself as a deck-building rogue-like where players must win games against a stranger named Leshy in a secluded cabin. As time goes on and more talking cards are discovered, one examines different parts of the room to escape. Along with sacrificing cards for more powerful plays, you’ll also unlock newer cards that can provide an edge.
On PlayStation, Inscryption offers some exclusive features. Audio from the Stoat card, for example, can be heard from the controller’s speakers. The controller’s lighting will also change to reflect the cabin’s interiors and on PS5’s DualSense, haptic feedback is supported (which isn’t the best news given some of the more visceral things that happen). Stay tuned for more details in the coming months.