Monstrum is now out with a physical edition on console 

The survival horror game’s physical edition launched on Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One 

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Release Date

Digital Release: 22 May 2020

Physical Release: 23 October 2020

Age Rating

PEGI 16

Developer

Junkfish

Publisher

SOEDESCO

Rotterdam, The Netherlands – October 23, 2020

The physical edition of survival horror game Monstrum launched today on Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. A digital version was released in May of this year. Due to the COVID-19 crisis, SOEDESCO® had to postpone some of its physical releases. Originally developed by Junkfish, Monstrum is a highly praised survival horror game where players are left to discover the terrors that lay within the ship with minimal instructions. 

In Monstrum, players need to learn the rules of the ship in order to survive. With three unique monsters and procedurally generated levels, it is up to the player to find out how to escape and survive this nightmare. Each monster has their own characteristics and behaviors, making it a nightmarish challenge to find a way out. There is the enormous beast Brute, the ghastly hovering creature Fiend and the sneaky alien-like Hunter. In order to survive, players need to fix items to get off the ship, all whilst staying one step ahead of their predator. A recent blog from SOEDESCO reveals their top 10 tips on how to survive Monstrum. 

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Monstrum

Stranded on an abandoned cargo ship, you find yourself hunted by one of Monstrum’s terrifying predators; each with their own strategy, abilities, and weaknesses. You’ll have to use your wits to outsmart your pursuer within the ship’s procedurally generated environment as you search for an escape. Death is permanent; get killed and you'll be starting all over again. Can you survive Monstrum?

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