Oddworld: Soulstorm joins the grid of games that will reach the new generation. Abe’s comeback versions on PS4 and PC remain.
Oddworld: Soulstorm was one of the titles that participated in the grill of the presentation of PlayStation 5. The well-known Abe returns with the first installment of the saga that will reach the new generation. The team, after having discussed its exclusivity with the Epic Games Store on a computer, confirmed that PS5 joins PS4 and PC as the platforms on which it will soon be released.
The sequel to Oddworld: New ‘n’ Tasty has been in development since 2016, which has allowed it to mutate from the current generation to what Sony will offer starting this Christmas. During E3 2019 we had the opportunity to participate in its first hands on, which we said is “more alive and full of details” compared to its predecessor.
Soulstorm will incorporate lightweight RPG elements, markers, and a progression system that remains to be determined. Although at first there was talk of 2020 as the launch date, at this time it is unknown in what framework it will arrive.
PS5: this was his presentation
Sony has already broken its silence. On June 11, the first look at the games that will accompany the PS5, as well as its final design, peripherals and models materialized. Just over an hour of introduction was enough to show the world the next step for PlayStation Studios, as well as third-party support during and after the console’s arrival.
The confirmed games reached the maximum possible audience. From Horizon Forbidden West’s pure triple A to indie titles like Stray. Be that as it may, the list of big names is made up of colossi such as Demon’s Souls Remake, Ratchet & Clank: Rift Apart, Gran Turismo 7 and Resident Evil Village, among others.
Japanese intentions remain strong: PS5 will arrive in late 2020.