PQube and developer Stone Lantern Games announced that their acclaimed precision puzzle platformer Evergate is available on the PS5 in both physical and digital formats. The 2D puzzle-platformer is set in a visually stunning hand-drawn vision of the afterlife that has become a Bit Awards nominee for best style and PC/Console game of the year.
The Evergate physical edition is available on the PS5 and Nintendo Switch. Digital versions of the game are available on PC, PS4, PS5, Xbox One, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch. An Evergate Limited Edition version that features an adorable Ki-ring is an exclusive to the Funstock Store and is only available on PS5 and Nintendo Switch.
In addition to the PS5 Evergate digital and physical edition release, PS+ members can pickup a 20% launch discount until July 16, 2021.
Featuring seven unique levels, Evergate is set is a colorful hand-drawn afterlife world with an original score recorded by a live orchestra. In the game’s story, players follow Ki who finds herself entangled in a struggle to save the cycle of life after an otherworldly storm arrives. The Evergate, a portal for reincarnation, is preventing Ki from leaving and instead opens up channels to her past lives where something or someone in her past is the key to stopping the storm.
Evergate is available on Windows PC through Humble Bundle and Steam for $9.99 USD. Evergate is also available on Nintendo Switch through the Nintendo eShop and on Xbox One and Xbox Series X|S through the Microsoft Store for $9.99 USD. For more information about Evergate visit the game’s website at evergategame.com or join the official Evergate Discord.
Stone Lantern Games (@StnLntrnGames Twitter) is a Boston based studio comprised of MIT graduates. Each engineer, like a gamer choosing a character class on the four member team, specializes in one of four skills: Visual Effects, Art, Music, or Narrative. Evergate is the studio’s first title and a successfully funded Kickstarter project.
PQube (@PQubeGames Twitter) is a UK publisher, distributor, and service provider for the interactive entertainment industry with a global reach with offices in the UK, France, USA, and Hong Kong. They are a licenses publisher with Sony, Microsoft, Valve, Nintendo, and Apple. PQube also has a hardware division that designs, manufactures, and distributes officially licensed consoles and accessories that includes the brand new Atari Retro range.
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