‘Future Viking horror’ game Apsulov: End of Gods coming to PS5, Xbox Series, PS4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer - Gematsu
Publisher Digerati and developer Angry Demon Studio will release "future Viking horror" game Apsulov: End of Gods for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer…
Publisher Digerati and developer Angry Demon Studio will release “future Viking horror” game Apsulov: End of Gods for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer, the companies announced. Perp Games will also distribute physical editions of the game for PlayStation 5 and PlayStation 4, which include the downloadable soundtrack and art book.
Apsulov: End of Gods first launched for PC via Steam in August 2019. It was a recipient of the Epic Mega Grant and won DreamHack’s “Best Horror” award.
“We worked incredibly hard to create a rich, atmospheric world for , and the response we’ve had from PC players is a great source of pride for us,” said Angry Demon Studio CEO John Kalderon in a press release. “It’s always been our aim to bring the game to consoles, so we’re thrilled that it’s finally happening and console owners will soon get a chance to discover the secrets of Yggdrasil for themselves.”
Here is an overview of the game, via Digerati:
Apsulov: End of Gods is a future Viking horror and science-fiction adventure unlike any other.
The humans dug deep below the earth to find the mercy of the gods. What they found was never meant to reach the surface. Not on Midgard, nor any of Yggdrasil’s realms. You wake in a facility built to research the worlds of Yggdrasil.
Survive lurking dangers as you journey through a world of technology and mythological artifacts, where chaos rules over the human realm. It is in this chaos that you find your purpose and destiny.
- Explore a nightmarish sanctuary of futuristic technology and Norse mythology.
- Experience first-person horror in uniquely atmospheric environments.
- Master otherworldly artifacts and the secrets of Yggdrasil.
- Play in 4K HDR on Xbox Series X|S, Xbox One X, PlayStation 5, and PlayStation 4 Pro.