evasion from hell

Over the last few years, the EpiXR Games team have focused on filling the Xbox Store for Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S with a host of zen-like fly-alongs – Aery, Life of Fly and more. Today they look to harness what they have learnt from those titles in order to launch Evasion from Hell – a game that on the face of it looks to run a completely different route to the others. 

Priced at £8.39, Evasion from Hell will see you attempting to escape from Hell itself, traversing elements that bring together a 3D first-person platforming experience in the finest way you can. 

You start deep down and are left to try and work your way through nine areas, ticking off the gates of Hell as you go. In order to do so you’ll need to hunt down and pick up specific soul crystals – with those safely stowed away, the gates will attempt and the Evasion from Hell will come to an end. 

There’s still very much a Life of Fly/Aery vibe to Evasion from Hell, with a world that looks to be full of beauty and grace. Should you have played any of the multitude of games that EpiXR Games have dropped in recent years, you should pretty much know what to expect here. 

We’ll let you know how it plays in our full review of Evasion from Hell on Xbox in the coming days, but for now you can grab a download for yourself by hitting up the Xbox Store

Game Description:

Welcome to Hell In this game, you start your journey in the lowest circle of hell and slowly work your way up to gates of hell in order to escape and return to the world of the living. Therefore, the game consists of 9 huge areas, each representing one circle of hell. In each area the player has to find a certain number of soul crystals in order to open the portal to the next level and to advance one circle. The game is a uniquely stylized 3d first-person platformer and plays around with the concept of live and death. Each circle consists of 5 different platforming challenges and surprises with breathtaking environments, a surreal world full of beauty, grace and despair, and a couple of small environmental puzzles that blend perfectly into the peaceful yet stunning environments. Will you be able to escape hell? Find it out.

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