Inscryption Launches for PS5 and PS4 on August 30

The horror roguelike deck-builder was recently announced for PlayStation platforms, and Devolver Digital has now confirmed a concrete launch date.

Posted By | On 19th, Jul. 2022

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One of the best new releases of 2021 is coming to PlayStation consoles soon. Acclaimed horror deck-building roguelite game Inscryption was recently announced for PS5 and PS4 and given a late August launch. Now, publisher Devolver Digital has revealed what the specific release date for the game going to be.

Taking to Twitter, the publisher announced that Inscryption will launch for PS5 and PS4 on August 30. Pre-orders for the game are also open. The announcement was also accompanied with a trailer offering a few glimpses at the bizarre, unique experience that is Inscryption. Check it out below.

Previously, it was also confirmed that Inscryption will feature support for various DualSense’s features, including the controller’s lighting, speakers, and haptic feedback.

Inscryption is currently available for PC. As of January of this year, the game had sold over a million units worldwide. It’ll hopefully make its way over to Xbox and the Nintendo Switch as well, but no announcements have been made on that front.


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