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Survival horror game Monstrum coming to store shelves on October 23

Update: The developer has noticed that the physical editions for Monstrum will hit the store shelves at a later date.

I hope all is well. I’d like to give you an update on the physical release date for Monstrum. The release date has shifted from September 25 to October 23. Below you can find the press release with the new release date. If you have any questions, please let me know.

Today, SOEDESCO has announced the date of arrival of the physical editions of Monstrum to the store shelves on September 25. The physical versions are for the Nintendo Switch, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One platforms. Monstrum was first released on May 22 this year, without distributing physical copies around the globe.

As the press release reads:

SOEDESCO® announced that the physical edition of Monstrum on Nintendo Switch™, PlayStation®4 and Xbox One releases on September 25, 2020. The game, which saw its digital release on console on May 22 of this year, is a great fit for fans of the survival horror genre that love thrilling hide and seek gameplay.

Monstrum is a horror game in the right sense of the word, in which players fight terrifying predators which Intelligence is quite strong. They have different abilities and strategies, but also distinct weaknesses which make every encounter unique.

Some of the unique features found in 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

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