Death's Door was certainly one of the best games released this year, but it was restricted in terms of availability, being playable only on PC and Xbox until today. But on PlayStation's State of Play today, it was shown that the game will be arriving later this year for the platform and could be enjoyed by more players.


The game is now available for pre-purchase, on the PlayStation 4 and platforms 5. The game will also come to Nintendo Switch, although it's not yet available in the store. It will be released almost 4 months after its launch on Xbox and PC platforms, being available to play on November 23 this year.

If you don't know what the game is about yet, see a short summary of its description on Steam:

Reaping the souls of the dead and hitting the card can be a monotonous routine, but it's the honest work of a Raven. But that's about to change, when your designated soul is stolen, and you must chase a desperate thief to a realm untouched by death, where creatures live far beyond what they should and amass greed and power.

Fight for real: Use melee weapons, arrows and spells to defeat a fantastic cast of beasts and demigods. Mistakes will be punished, and victory will be rewarded. Customize your character's attributes and master your skills and upgrades.

A beautiful desolate world: Venture beyond the Doors and explore a universe full of exotic inhabitants and countless secrets, bringing hope to the weird and wonderful characters you meet along the way.

A dark mystery to unravel: Chase and defeat colossal tyrants with different backgrounds and motivations. Enter a dark, yet entertaining tale revealing the truths behind the flow of souls, the function of the Ravens and the origin of the Doors.

The game will then, from November 23rd, be available at Xbox Store, PlayStation Store, Steam and Nintendo eShop. You can search for the game to buy in each of the store links provided earlier, while the Switch pre-order should open soon.


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