It’s Team17 and The Game Kitchen’s unholy pixel action platformer that is looking to answer the prayers of Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC players around the globe… and today Blasphemous has got a fully confirmed release date.
Created by the Spanish indie devs at The Game Kitchen, and handled in the publishing sense by the awesome Team17, Blasphemous has certainly been getting gamers talking. And today, a full release date is confirmed with the pixel action platformer due to land on Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC come September 10th 2019.
Preparing for absolution, Blasphemous will send you deep into the twisted hellscape of Cvstodia, as you take on the mantle of The Penitent One – the sole survivor of the ‘Silent Sorrow’ massacre – who’s tasked by a mysterious figure to overcome the malevolent and cursed force known as The Miracle. Sounds a simple enough task eh? Weill, during this deadly endeavour for redemption, The Penitent One will find solace in the mighty ‘Mea Culpa’, a powerful and mystical sword, which can then be upgraded to unlock brutal new attacks against the many bloodthirsty and demonic forces strewn throughout the land.
And as you find yourself journeying through the nightmarish world of Cvstodia, it’ll give chance for you to discover prayers and relics that unlock powerful new special attacks, buffs, and abilities, all of which may well just give the edge needed in order to survive.
Mauricio García, CEO, The Game Kitchen, said: “As we put the final finishing touches to what will be an unrelenting experience for players, we’re really proud to be in a position to confirm the September 10th release date for Blasphemous. We know the game has been highly anticipated for some time, and we can’t wait to unleash The Penitent One on their perilous journey in just a few weeks’ time.”
We’ll be sure to let you know as and when that Xbox One, PS4, Nintendo Switch and PC launch comes around and the game is available for purchase (you’ll be looking at something around £19.99), but for now you could do a ton worse than hit up the latest trailer below.