The PS5 version and the first DLC are out today
Coming to PlayStation 5 today, the sci-fi themed Souls-like, Hell, it will take a little longer to win a version of it for the Xbox Series X|S. in the statement TwitterDeveloper Cradle Games said that, Due to “platform specifics,” the game will be delayed for “one to two weeks” on Microsoft’s platform.
The Xbox Series version will arrive today alongside the PS5, but “the base game will be slightly delayed due to platform specifics.” The Blue Sun DLC is out today as planned for PC, PS4, PS5 and Xbox One.
While no date has been set for the game and the Xbox Series DLC, the game’s expansion trailer says that the update will be available for Microsoft’s new consoles on July 26th. Speaking of updates, PS4 owners of the game will be able to update to the PS5 version for free.
Hellpoint and Blue Sun DLC can be played on Xbox Series X and S with backward compatibility with the Xbox One version, with corresponding feature limitations. Additionally, saves from the Xbox One version will be loaded onto the new generation of Xbox.
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Hellpoint is a sci-fi/alien themed ghost like
Hellpoint, released in 2020, is a sci-fi themed Souls-like, reminiscent of The Surge and Dolmen, the recently released Brazilian Souls. The game has settings that mostly take place in alien space stations with lots of iron and darkness.
One of the game’s biggest differentiators is the ability to play local coop, and that can’t be found, dare I say it, in the likes of other Souls. Of course, it depends on the factor of “playing with someone”, which is no longer as common as it was in previous decades.
According to the developer, the Blue Sun DLC brings three new areas to explore, more armor, weapons, characters and new bosses, in addition to quality-of-life improvements driven by community feedback.
Hellpoint is priced at R$16.49 on Steam until July 19 and is also on sale for R$51.98 on Xbox.
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