Soulstice is Now Available for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC

The dark fantasy hack and slash title sees the Chimera Briar and Lute battling the Spawn of Chaos with hard-hitting weapons and magic.

Posted By | On 20th, Sep. 2022

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Reply Games Studios’ hack and slash title Soulstice is now available for Xbox Series X/S, PS5, and PC. Taking several cues from games like Devil May Cry, it’s set in the city of Ilden, which has been utterly ruined thanks to the Spawn of Chaos emerging from a tear in the Veil.

As part of the Order of the Ashen Blade, sisters Briar and Lute arrive in the city to try and quell the disaster. They’re Chimera, a single being that houses two souls. Players control Briar, who wields a massive blade, while Lute assists in spirit form. As players discover new weapons and upgrades for Briar, they can also upgrade Lute to unlock new abilities.

What drove the sisters to become Chimera? You’ll have to play and find out. There’s a fair bit of puzzle-solving and platforming involved, not to mention boss fights against some brutal foes. For more details, check out our review for Soulstice here.


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