The game launched for PC in 2019 and now confirms its summer premiere on PlayStation, Xbox and Switch on video.
Some time ago we told you about Apsulov: End of Gods, an interesting horror video game with a futuristic aspect and inspired by the Viking theme. The work is available on PC, taking us to explore a spaceship in which to explore the Yggdrasil worlds, with a plot centered on a mysterious artifact buried in the earth for eons. Now, his jump to consoles has just been confirmed with a new trailer.
Angry Demon Studio, game developers, and publisher Digerati, have confirmed the release of Apsulov: End of Gods next summer in PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X | S and Nintendo Switch this summer. In addition, they talk about a distribution of the physical version by Perp Games of the PS4 and PS5 versions, including an art book and the downloadable soundtrack. At the moment, there is no specific date.
The game is an FPS with an oppressive setting and a lot of Norse mythology“We work incredibly hard to create a rich and atmospheric world, and the feedback we’ve had from PC gamers is a great source of pride for us,” said Angry Demon Studio CEO, John kalderon. “Our goal has always been to bring the game to consoles, so we are delighted that it is finally going to happen and they will soon be able to uncover the secrets of Yggdrasil for themselves.”
The official synopsis reads as follows: “Humans dug deep underground to find the gods’ mercy. What they found was never intended to reach the surface. You wake up in a facility built to investigate the worlds of Yggdrasil. Survive the dangers that lurk as you journey through a world of technology and mythological artifacts, where chaos dominates the human realm. It is in this chaos that you find your purpose and destiny. “
The description of the game indicates that the game will have resolution 4K HDR on all consoles except Nintendo Switch. Obviously, to reach that figure you have to have PS4 Pro and Xbox One X in the “previous” generation. The game is a first-person adventure in which we have to thoroughly visit a futuristic sanctuary with a setting inspired by Norse mythology. Its oppressive atmosphere aims to trap users, and take a few scares along the way. Will it be among the best horror games?
More about: Apsulov: End of Gods, Terror and Vikings.