Praey for the Gods launches in Q1 2021 for PS5, PS4, Xbox One, and PC

Xbox Series version cannot be confirmed at this time.

Praey for the Gods

Praey for the Gods, which first launched in Early Access for PC via Steam in January 2019, will launch for PlayStation 5, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One alongside its version 1.0 release on PC in Q1 2021, developer No Matter Studios announced. Users who purchase the PlayStation 4 version will receive a free upgrade to the PlayStation 5 version.

Asked by Gematsu if it can confirm an Xbox Series version, No Matter Studios said it cannot. Asked if that meant it cannot confirm whether an Xbox Series version is planned at all, or if it cannot confirm an Xbox Series version will launch alongside the other versions, the studio said it cannot answer that question now, but “will hopefully soon have an answer.” It added, “We’re not trying to be coy, we just don’t know at the moment.”

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

About

Praey for the Gods is a boss climbing open world adventure game where you play as a lone hero sent to the edge of a dying frozen world to discover the mystery behind a never-ending winter. Arriving with only the clothes on your back, you must survive the colossal dangers that you encounter. To restore balance and reclaim the land from the brink, you will be faced with questions that not even a God knows the answer to.
Scale Massive Beasts

Overcome impossible odds to climb atop and defeat the massive beasts that are bound to this land.

Key Features

  • Climb, Glide, Swim – You can climb on virtually anything you can get your hands on, from ruins and mountains to the massive beasts that inhabit the land. Ascend to the tops of mountains and then glide over the open world to reach previously inaccessible locations. Swim in frigid water to uncover hidden locations that contain secrets and treasure, but don’t stay in too long or your swim could become your last.
  • Explore, Craft, and Survive – You’ll arrive on a frozen island with only the clothes on your back—it’s up to you to survive. Make fires, hunt for food, and find the equipment you need to make it through an eternal winter. Nature isn’t the only danger, so craft weapons, defeat minions for better gear, and venture into long forgotten caves to discover their secrets. Triumphing over these trials will prepare you for the impossible odds that wait.
  • Make Your PathPraey for the Gods is a non-linear game where you choose who you battle and how. The large beasts can be attempted in any order allowing you to set the course.
  • Unravel the Mystery – Why won’t the winter stop? Why has no one returned? Cryptic paintings left behind allude to a story once thought forgotten. To restore balance and reclaim the land, you will be faced with questions that not even the gods know the answer to.
  • A Beautifully Frigid World – Explore a landscape of unending winter framed by snow-capped peaks and crawling fog. The remnants of an ancient civilization lie before you, but don’t let awe turn into carelessness—snow storms can crop up at any moment and bury you in a blizzard. Luckily, you can leave footprints in the snow and follow your footsteps back if you are lost.

Watch a new trailer below, which was captured on PlayStation 5.

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