Vertical platformer rogue-lite Rising Hell coming to PS4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer

Console versions handled by Chorus Worldwide.

Rising Hell

Chorus Worldwide will release vertical platformer rogue-lite Rising Hell from
Toge Productions, Another Indie, and Mojiken Studio for PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Switch this summer, the latest issue of Famitsu reveals. Development on the console versions is currently 70 percent complete. The game is currently available for PC via Steam Early Access.

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

About

Fight your way through hordes of blood-lusting demons and escape hell as you unlock new characters and talents to create chaos in the randomly generated and ever-changing landscape of hell!

Heavy-metal riffs and pixelated madness will accompany you as you fight your way out from the depths of fiery hell, facing the bugs-ridden Beelzebub’s Lair, and other pits of hell with different creatures, bosses, and living traps lurking around. Chaining combos, jumping maneuvers, and talent building will be your key to help you climb your way out of hell in this adrenaline-pumping vertical platformer.

Key Features

  • Vertical Rogue-lite – Climb out of the ever-changing procedurally generated hell while the ever-present threat of permadeath fills your veins with adrenaline.
  • Epic Boss Battles – Slay gigantic ancient demons such as Dagon, Beelzebub, and many more.
  • Multiple Game Modes – Choose between campaign and challenge modes complete with its own leaderboards.
  • Unlockable Characters – Play and unlock different characters that will give you a variety of different playstyles and strategies.

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