Oddworld: Soulstorm’s wait ends April. The original sequel to Abe’s Oddysee (later remade as New ‘n’ Tasty) was Abe’s Exoddus, but that was released in 1998 and it only took nine months to make it. It was not the game Lorne and Sherry McKenna had envisioned to be the true sequel. New ‘n” Tasty released in 2014. And now, the second game in Abe’s five-part quintology, Oddworld: Soulstorm will release April 6 on PlayStation®5, PlayStation®4, and Epic Games Store.
As we wait a few more days, we... wanted to share a few new items with you about Soulstorm.
FREE PATH-PS4 to PS5
The digital version of the game releases on April 6 on PS5 and PS4. The PS5 digital version will be free forPS5 PS+ members during the month of April. If you purchase the PS4 version, we are offering a free path to the PS5 version. Because the game is free for PS5 PS+ owners in April, we will not be offering a free backward path from PS5 to PS4. The physical retail versions of the game will be in stores on July 6th. If you purchase the physical retailPS4 version, you will get the PS5 digital version at no cost.
Minimum requirements are as follows: Windows 7 64 Bit, Intel Quad Core 1.7Ghz, nVidia GTX 670 or equivalent, 8GB RAM.
Recommended requirements are Windows 10 64 Bit, Intel Quad Core 2.3Ghz, nVidia GTX 970 or equivalent, 16GB RAM.
PLAYSTATION 5 GAME HELP
On the PS5, Soulstorm players can get hints, tips, and walkthrough videos, without needing to leave the game. These hints can be accessed for the specific area of the game they are playing (using the PS5's Activity Cards), so they don’t have to spend time searching the internet or risk seeing spoilers. *Active PS Plus membership required.
This press release has been edited for length, clarity, grammar, and Associated Press Style. It was originally published April 2, 2021, on GamesPress which can be found here.