Devolver’s demonic reply to ‘Animal Crossing’ arrives August eleventh

Written by Jeff Lampkin

Have you ever ever performed Animal Crossing or Stardew Valley and wished you could possibly subjugate the townsfolk? You may quickly have your probability. Devolver and Large Monster have introduced that the cute-but-sinister Cult of the Lamb launches August eleventh for PC, PS4, PS5, Swap, Xbox One and Xbox Sequence X/S. There is a demo on Steam to assist whet your demonic urge for food.

The sport shares the group constructing and top-down perspective of video games like Animal Crossing, however the plot is something however kid-friendly. You play a possessed lamb pressured to repay a debt to a creepy stranger by rising (what else?) a cult round him. You must construct idols, carry out rituals, give sermons as you regularly convert the native inhabitants in a randomly-generated world. Naturally, you’l must battle false prophets and anybody else who refuses to embrace your beliefs.

'Skate Story'

Sam Eng/Devolver Digital

Cult of the Lamb comes alongside premieres for a trio of latest Devolver video games due in 2023. Anger Foot is a first-person shoot-and-kick romp from the creators of Broforce and Genital Jousting. Sam Eng’s Skate Story (pictured above), in the meantime, is a trendy skateboarder that challenges you to flee captivity within the underworld by consuming the Moon — sure, actually. All Potential Futures’ The Plucky Squire rounds out the listing by telling the story of storybook characters who soar between 2D e-book pages and the 3D world past. The three titles are all coming to PC, whereas Plucky Squire can even be accessible on PS5, Swap and Xbox Sequence X/S.

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Jeff Lampkin

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