SOEDESCO releases survival guide with 10 tips on how to survive the critically acclaimed horror game
Rotterdam, The Netherlands – September 15, 2020 – Survival horror game Monstrum is a week away from launching with a physical edition on Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One. Players can get their physical copy on Friday, October 23. The monstrosities that are hunting the player down in Monstrum are making it a terrifying challenge to escape the abandoned ship. Permadeath and no save points ensure that once they get killed, players will have to start all over again. So what does it take to stay alive? A blog post released today, providing 10 tips on how to survive Monstrum.
Platforms: Nintendo Switch™, PS4™, Xbox One
Genre: Survival Horror
Physical release date: 23 October 2020
Digital release date: 22 May 2020
Stranded on an abandoned cargo ship, you find yourself hunted by one of Monstrum’s terrifying predators; each with their own strategy, abilities, and weaknesses. You’ll have to use your wits to outsmart your pursuer within the ship’s procedurally generated environment as you search for an escape. Death is permanent; get killed and you’ll be starting all over again. Can you survive Monstrum?
● Survive a changing environment and monster with each new game
● Use whatever you can find to outwit the monsters and escape the ship
● Hide, distract, and run, but be careful not to fall into the numerous traps
● Death is permanent. Try to stay alive or you’ll have to start all over again
SOEDESCO® is a worldwide publisher of both digital and physical games on multiple platforms. The company was founded in 2002, with its headquarters in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. Their portfolio includes titles such as Monstrum, Owlboy, Among the Sleep, Remothered: Tormented Fathers and Teslagrad. SOEDESCO also publishes their own IPs including Truck Driver®, Adam’s Venture®, and Real Farm.
Junkfish Limited is a games development studio based in Dundee, Scotland which focuses on PC development. Founded by a group of graduates from the University of Abertay Dundee, the studio released “Monstrum”, a procedurally generated horror game. In addition to their experience in PC games development, Junkfish also has experience in developing for Mobile, VR and AR platforms. For more information please visit www.teamjunkfish.com or follow Team Junkfish on social media @TeamJunkfish.