While we await the inevitable delay of yet another big-budget game on the docket for this year, Sony revealed that several notable indies are coming to PlayStation consoles in the coming months. Among them is, which was announced for Nintendo Switch and PC in April. It’s bound for PS4 and PS5. You’ll once again have a radio that can pick up supernatural signals in the sequel to mystery adventure Oxenfree, which will arrive later this year.
You play as an amorphous monster who tries to escape from a research facility and devours anyone unfortunate to get in its way. The horror game picked up solid reviews when it was released on Switch, PC, and Xbox One in 2020, and it was. Devolver will bring Carrion to PS4 later this year. The ultra-charming exploration game will also hit PS4 by the end of the year. The pixelated adventure, which is currently available on PC and Switch, is, and it’s well worth checking out.
Elsewhere during its indie showcase, Sony revealed more for the long-awaited (arriving later this year) and crafting adventure Wychwood (coming to PS4 and PS5 this fall). The spotlight also landed on vertical-scrolling shoot-’em-up, the latest entry in the classic Cresta shoots ’em up series, which first came to light as an April Fools’ joke last year. It should hit PS4, Switch, and PC this year.
And then there’s the small matter of, which is widely considered one of the very best games of 2020. Supergiant of its hit dungeon crawler, which lands on PS4, PS5, Xbox One, and Xbox Series X/S, as part of the showcase.
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