Today, Damage State Games and Kwalee publishing announced Scathe’s release soon. In addition, the publisher and developer have agreed just in time for the Steam Next Fest, which will bring players a limited-time demo of Scathe. The demo will go live during the same time as Steam Next Fest, from February 21st to the 28th for PC users.
Indie game development teams have been getting more backing from large publishers, offering small teams the ability to get their games in front of players. A great example of this is the game Scathe. The Damage State Games release showcases the talent of the small three-person indie team. With beautiful graphics and tight gameplay shown in the recent trailer release.
Scathe’s release will give player’s a classic FPS experience
Scathe takes the classic FPS, adding more intensity and demons. Players will step into the role of Scathe, enforcer of the legions of hell. Players will have to navigate nightmarishly crafted mazes filled with demonic evil at every turn to prove their worth. Grab the Hellhammer and ready yourself to unleash an almighty fury.
Quick thinking and reflex will be the key to surviving the hellish maze that stands between Scathe and ascension. Use Scathe’s agility to evade countless waves of deadly projectiles moving through the labyrinth, remaining as undamaged as possible. Tear through deadly demons, collect Hellstones in brutal single-player action. Also, friends can drop in and out for online co-op play up to three.
Lastly, Scathe’s release is scheduled to go live on PlayStation 4 & 5, Xbox One & Series S|X, and PC via Steam. Any information regarding Scathe is located on the Steam product page. Additional details regarding Damage State Games can be found on the developer’s website. Finally, any more information regarding the publisher Kwalee can be found on their website.