Inferno Climber: Reborn rated for PS4, Switch in Taiwan

Survival action RPG coming to consoles.

Inferno Climber

The Taiwan Game Software Rating Information board has rated Inferno Climber: Reborn for PlayStation 4 and Switch.

Inferno Climber was first announced for PlayStation 4 at Tokyo Game Show 2014. It resurfaced in March 2016 and launched that July as a Steam Early Access PC title, before fully launching that September.

Here is an overview of the game, via its Steam page:

About

Forge through hell in this survival action RPG! Defeat powerful bosses to collect all five Purgatory Stones in hell. Slashing, magic casting, arrow shooting, bombs throwing, exploring, eating, cooking, blacksmithing.

Game Features

  • Survival 3D action RPG
  • Hack & Slash
  • Level up system
  • Platforming action
  • Puzzles and traps in the dangerous dungeon
  • Resource management
  • Over 50 hours of playtime

Other Features

  • Eight unique playable characters
  • Raise your character’s strength freely
  • Over 400 unique items
  • More than 20 stages
  • Master new skills and magic spells
  • Over 90 different enemies
  • Each stage is guarded by a boss character
  • Stealth operations
  • Reveal hidden treasures and secret paths by breaking walls with bombs

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